We are delighted to invite you to a free story telling workshop with Martin Plaut.
Date: 2 July 2020
Time: 6 – 6:45 pm
We know how important story telling is in creating empathy and understanding and as Adam Switala said in our first podcast, quoting a Polish novelist ‘we need stories because facts are not enough, facts do not create understanding’ We are therefore delighted to invite you to a free story telling workshop. Martin Plaut, an expert on the Horn of Africa and a former BBC journalist currently Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, himself a migrant, will be presenting an online workshop on July 2nd from 6-6.45 pm on ‘How to tell a story that finds an audience’. To book, please go to the link above:
TogetherintheUK and Union Chapel are hosting an event called, ‘Making Migration Work’ : A joyful evening where we celebrate the contribution that migrants make to UK life. The evening will be packed with different activities: you will hear inspirational stories from people who have come to the UK and created something new. You will listen to some wonderful musicians and you will enjoy the sight and taste of some world cuisine.This is an opportunity to network, to meet people from different parts of the world and to be inspired.
Sponsored by Marshall E-Learning
Union Chapel , 198 Compton Terrace, London, NI 2UN
This is an opportunity to network, to meet people from different parts of the world and to be inspired.
Listen to some wonderful musicians and enjoy the sight and taste of some world cuisine.
Sam Seinthan: Keynote speaker
Originally from Sri Lanka, Sam is an International Entrepreneur in the field of telecommunications.
Dr Moses Woldeselassie
Originally from Eritrea, Dr. Moses will speak about his life and his company’s (Profile) work in the complex world of AI, Blockchain and health digital services.
Plucked from a crammed, sinking boat in the middle of the South China Sea, the Truong family revisit their experience of coming to the UK as a family of Vietnamese refugees and reflect on how the support they received shaped their past 40 years.
British East London artist of Nigerian heritage. He speaks about his life and experiences through his songs which aim to inspire and help others.
Ana has set up her own property business. Originally from Brazil she has lived in several countries and will share the lessons she has learnt on living and working in different cultures and how to make a business succeed.
Richard’s career started during the pioneering years of grime music. He uses his music to speak about his life experiences.
A Zambian born trainee lawyer. He has overcome challenging circumstances and turned his life around. He is the Founder of 2 social enterprises that aim to inspire youth from less privileged backgrounds to go after their dreams.
Ogo is a singer-songwriter with the passion for sharing love and light with her audience. This is based on her values as a Christian. Her live performances are about drawing the audience in to create a beautiful and energetic atmosphere.
Arrivals and registration
Mezzes provided by the Damascus Chef and drinks
Introduction to the event.
Vaughan Jones from Union Chapel and Johann Taljaard from TogetherintheUK. The speakers will be introduced by Teresa Norman from TogetherintheUK
Truong family: South China Seas to the South Coast of Devon
Dr Moses Woldeselassi