October Roundup

Post Date: Nov 18th, 2020 | Categories: Advocacy | COMMENT

Refugee Union was founded in 2014 with a vision to safeguard the rights and protection of the asylum seekers and refugees stranded in Hong Kong. Since our commencement of service, we have been working closely with our partners in the community and organising diversified programmes to improve members’ psychological and social well-being.

Blog Update

New articles for this month are now available:

Zhang, Sophia. ‘Crossing the red line.’ [Read here] (28-10-2020)

Chow, Vania. ‘When wasted time is the only certainty.’ [Read here] (18-10-2020)

Beck. ‘I will keep trying and never give up.’ [Read here] (11-10-2020)

We would like to send our acknowledgement to our writers for their great contributions.

Happenings in Our Centre

On 10 October, we were glad to have Sally coming to our centre and giving kids a drama class. Thank you for your time and efforts. We all enjoyed the class.

Drama-Class

 
Community Engagement

On 4 October, we were honoured to host Project Spark HK at our centre. We appreciate their passion for providing quality education for children and look forward to the programmes they will be offering with our centre.

Project Spark HK

On 21 October, the sixth anniversary of our centre, we were delighted to host Maggie from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Claire from the Hong Kong Baptist University at our centre. We appreciate their efforts

CUHK x BU

Donations Keep Coming

We would also like to express our sincere gratitude to our donors for lending us a helping hand in times of the coronavirus pandemic. This month we received donations of different items, which include daily necessities and protective equipment for our members. Thank you very much for your generous support!

Please stay tuned to our official website and social media pages (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) for the updates, and feel free to contact us by visiting our office or sending us an email at info@refugeeunion.org should you have any enquiry.



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