Dear friends, we hope that those of you who have attended have liked last week’s screening of Euro-Mernet Film Club: “I am not Your Negro” (by James Baldwin) and the poetry reading by our dear guest poet friends Alanna and Rodney. On Tuesday, 3rd October 2017, at our usual great venue The Blue Man, we…Details
Dear friends, the February 2017 issue of our monthly newsletter, Euro-Mernet News, is out now! We hope that you will like it.
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Despite the worrying news on human rights violations across the world continue to dominate the daily news, it is days of action like this that unite people and strengthen the spirit in defending human rights. Human Rights Day, that marks the launch of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations on 10th…Details
Euro-Mernet and its project partner Refugee Radio have recently delivered a series of briefing and training sessions on their latest collective project, “Takeaway Heritage.” Project volunteers attended the briefing and training sessions with a view to explore the oral history memory collection and interviewing techniques. The Takeaway Heritage project is funded by Heritage Lottery Fund…Details
Participants from Euro-Mernet attended a two-day campaign coordination meeting of the Council of Europe’s “No Hate Speech Movement” (NHSM), which was originally launched in 2012 by its youth division. The meeting took place in Strasbourg, France, from 9 to 11 November 2015 and it was attended by over 60 participants from many of the 47…Details
On Thursday 18th of June 2015, Euro-Mernet organised an evening event in Brighton (U.K.) to mark the Refugee Week. The event took place at the popular venue Community Base and it was supported by the Refugee Radio and the Community Base. The event was attended by the members of the diverse communities from across Brighton…Details
One Voice Brighton and Hove, a coalition of faith, cultural, LGBT and Black and Minority Ethnic communities in the city, organised a public event to mark 21st May, the World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, popularly known as the “Diversity Day”. The event took place at the Brighton Open Market and attended…Details
Long term partners Euro-Mernet, Brighton and Hove Refugee Radio, and Community Base will be organising yet another one of their increasingly popular public event to mark the Refugee Week and the World Refugee Day. The event will take place on Thursday, 18th June, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm, with the participation of a diversity of community…Details
Radio Euro-Mernet: Local voice of the global communities and global voice of the local communities… This year’s new season weekly radio shows of Radio Euro-Mernet has commenced on May Day. Having been launched by a small team of volunteers in November 2010, a series of hourly radio shows have been being streamed live online every…Details
During the quarterly meeting of the Brighton and Hove Refugee & Migrant Forum in late April, Euro-Mernet team became one of the organisations calling for collective action in reaching out the citywide communities to explain the recent changes in the National Health Service (NHS) free healthcare eligibility. Following a lively discussion on the recent comprehensive…Details