We are excited to announce that on Feb 1 at 5pm, Founders Anna Mac and Alyson Frazier will contribute as panellists for Somerville College University of Oxford's discussion on child refugees and the power of education.
The evening will begin with a talk by Lord Alf Dubs, campaigner for refugee rights, and follow with a panel discussion hosted by:
Alyson Frazier and Anna MacDonald (Play for Progress)
Beth Gardiner-Smith (Safe Passage UK)
Tajmeet Gorwarah & Ishmael (students)
Bob Price (Oxford City Council)
Emma Reece (UNICEF UK Government Relations Adviser)
Alyson and Anna are determined to enroll even more allies in our support of young refugees, learn more about what our colleagues are doing and see what we can do to help them, and add to the positive dialogue that will ensure that creative/music education and therapies are better harnessed to combat isolation and build communities for vulnerable young people.
If you'd like to attend, you can find ticketing details here:
TORCH - The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
The founders, Anna and Alyson