Sep
24
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Sep 24 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Oct
1
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Oct 1 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Oct
8
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Oct 8 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Oct
15
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Oct 15 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Oct
22
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Oct 22 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Oct
29
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Oct 29 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Nov
5
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Nov 5 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Nov
12
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Nov 12 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Nov
19
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Nov 19 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.

Nov
26
Thu
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online
Nov 26 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm
#RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign @ Online

Our new #RefugeesWelcome Collaborative Social Media Campaign will push back against the misinformation being spread online about refugees, why they come here, and what their lives are like.

In recent weeks, several dinghies have made land on the beaches in and around Hastings. Carrying refugees from Northern France seeking a better life here in the UK, the boats have caused a lot of consternation online. But they have also provoked an outpouring of welcome, of love and of friendship.

It is this we aim to highlight by replying to the often-repeated stock phrases such as “they should be sent straight back to France” with responses based in fact and lived reality.

Every Thursday we will be sharing social media cards with this information, designed by winderful local illustrator Sarah Gomes Harris. We invite anyone who wants to take part to email alex@therefugeebuddyproject.org to access these designs and share them alongide the hashtag #RefugeesWelcome

For more information about this campaign please see the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign Page.