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Forbidden Sun Dance, letting dance shine through

Our arts and culture officer reflects on a recent performance and the importance of self expression through the arts.

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Roadkill/child trafficking panel discussion, 5 November, 9:00pm

Join us at the Tron Theatre at our upcoming panel discussion and share your thoughts on child trafficking.

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Work and dignity

Poverty is a hot topic, but what of those who are already vulnerable?

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Safety – an essential human right

Child refugees tell about their experiences on Radio 4 and prompt us to consider the need for all children to feel safe.

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Celebrating creativity for Black History Month

Dance House, Document and Maryhill Integration Network are coming together for Document8 and Black History Month, writes Satya Dunning.

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The forgotten

Memories can sometimes be hard to handle, and for refugees there is a paradox. Forgotting can mean survival, but if you want to get Refugee Status, you do so at your peril.

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So what do you do for a living?

Your identity is thrown into flux when your right to work is taken away, as it is for those seeking asylum, argues Trish Elms.

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Beyond Borders at the Edinburgh Fringe

‘Do We Look Like Refugees?’ has won a prestigious Fringe First award from the Scotsman. Now our own critic, Belinda McElinney, shares her thoughts.

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Can my DNA tell you my nationality?

The UK Border Agency has been looking into using DNA testing to determine an asylum seeker’s nationality. They are calling this the Human Provenance Project.

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