Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Benefit, Bring ‘Em All In, Sunday 26 March 2017 5pm
There has never been a more urgent time to support and create a welcoming message for refugees. More than 65 million people worldwide have been forced to leave their homes due to war and persecution, natural disasters and poverty. These people seeking refuge are people like you.
Brunswick Women’s Choir believes in the power of music to help bring about change. The BWC sing stories to inspire audiences and bring people together with songs of hope to give voice to those people in need.
The choir will be supported by the 8 women of Acoustic Kitchen who hail from South Gippsland and the Latrobe Valley. They sing a cappella from the heart as well as for social justice.
We will also hear from speakers who will share their story about seeking asylum or helping others to do so.
All proceeds from this event will go to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre. The ASRC advocates the importance of empowering voices of people with lived experience in shifting attitudes about people seeking asylum and refugees.We acknowledge Moreland City Council in supporting this event.
Asylum Seeker Resource Centre Benefit, Bring 'Em All In
Sunday 26 March
COBURG TOWN HALL
5pm (Doors open at 4.30pm)