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Bristol Refugee and Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP)

When: 29th April 2021, 9:30-11am

Where: Online, register here.

What: A webinar to discuss Bristol Refugee Asylum Seeker Partnership (BRASP) and a Call to Action

Join BRASP for a live webinar on Thursday the 29th of April. The webinar will introduce BRASP, and explore how they have been working together to respond to the pandemic. The webinar will also feature a call to action for WECA and Bristol Mayoral candidates, putting forward a series of asks that will help to ensure Bristol is a true City of Sanctuary.

For more details and to book your place, please click here:


Sounds of Sudan: Nabra + Ligeti Quartet

When: 10th July 2021, 7:30pm

Where: St George’s Bristol, Great George Street, BS1 5RR

What: A collaboration between oud duo Nabra and the Ligeti String Quartet

“Sounds of Sudan is an exciting, brand new collaboration between the Bristol based oud duo Nabra and one of the UK’s leading contemporary ensembles the Ligeti String Quartet. They’ll be journeying through the different regions of Sudan – Khartoum, Omdurman, Darfur – weaving new arrangements inspired by the rich musical culture of the country: traditional Sufi music, popular artists such as Abdel Gadir Salim and Nour Al Jilani, the evocative rhythms and scales of the region. This will be a magical, transporting experience brought to you by an innovative combination of virtuoso players.”

For more information and to buy your tickets, please click here.

Sponsored Walk for Sanctuary Transport Fund

When: 14th August 2021

Where: Route TBC

What: A sponsored walk around Bristol to raise money for Bristol City of Sanctuary’s Transport Fund

On the 14th of August, Bristol Defend Asylum Seekers Campaign, along with others, will do a sponsored walk to raise money for our Sanctuary Transport Fund. The fund has been set up to provide free bus tickets to people seeking sanctuary, focusing on people who are destitute and those considered most vulnerable in the city. 

The walk will be around those places in Bristol that are particularly associated with
slavery and the slave trade, upon which so much of Bristol’s wealth has been built. Further details to follow, but please note that this plan is contingent on lockdown easing.

You can donate directly here, or set up a fundraiser here. If you would like more information, please email [email protected]



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