Tackling War, Building Peace Sat 8th June 2019

$25.00

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Presentations, panel discussion and dinner $25 includes vegetarian dinner and refugee donation.

We are delighted to announce that Rubi Ni Chin (pictured as a Finalist in the ECU Community Leadership Award category of the 2018 WA Youth Awards) will be a speaker at our Margaret River Peace Weekend event at Fair Harvest. Rubi, a medical student, and her family are refugees from Myanmar.  She features in the award-winning documentary ‘How I became a Refugee

https://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/burmese/en/audiotrack/documentary-chins-family-wins-international-award

Rubi is Co-chair of Mettamorphosis, supporting stateless people and refugees, which is the chosen recipient for funds we raise through this year’s Peace Weekend.

“What drives us is simple – the belief that the right to feel safe and the right to education is a fundamental human right for every child, especially stateless children.”

Find out more:

https://www.mettamorphosis.org.au/

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