#refugeesolidarityweek next week and we are so pleased to be having Peace of Cake with Mark Lavender and L Roger Roberts . Join us with your cake and cuppa to find out about the wonderful work of Action For Humanity.
In this upcoming Live Online meet Negia Milian, co-founder of Pampiraiki: Refugees Welcome, as she is interviewed by Donate4Refugees’ close friend, the wonderful Asma Meer of Peace of Cake.
Hear first hand about the inspiring work our partner Pampiraiki is doing collaborating with other Athens NGOs to meet urgent food needs during the coronavirus lockdown, and to help for many years, in Athens.
You are invited to join us every second Sunday here on Facebook LIVE Online to meet inspiring volunteers discussing with guest interviewers their first-hand experiences on-the-ground supporting the people of Europe’s refugee camps and communities.
Our Live Online interviews will give you new insight into this crisis; and the people dedicating their lives to helping others.
This moment in time has been the most inspiring, educating and hopeful time of my life. George Floyd was murdered by people who were supposed to protect all and Amy Cooper exposed the underlying institutionalised racism in our modern and connected world. We, in the UK have also come out in protest and many are asking how can we make a difference. There are so many emotions that have been stirred especially within the Black Community. And many people want to know how to support and bring real change for a better future for our children.
I have invited for Peace of Cake, three very inspiring women as we talk about the way forward. Please join us with your cake and cuppa, your messages of solidarity your comments and questions. It is my honour to have cake and share peace with Susanne, Yvette and Claire. Please join us in honouring all those who have been affected by racism and in conversation so that we can sustain the change that we so want for our world today