Share a meal, share a story' for Refugee Week

Recipe for success: The Refugee Week dinner will encourage meaningful connections between community members.
Recipe for success: The Refugee Week dinner will encourage meaningful connections between community members.

Georges River Council is co-hosting a free Refugee Week 2019 Community Dinner event, to help raise awareness of the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers and create a welcoming environment.

To be held on Thursday, June 20, the dinner will provide a format for people to share and listen to stories that showcase the resilience and courage of refugees and asylum seekers, and to spark fresh ideas about how best to support them in the Georges River community and beyond.

Held in partnership with Advance Diversity Services, Settlement Services International, and the Refugee Council of Australia, the dinner will encourage meaningful connections between community members.

Share a Meal, Share a Story Dinner (free)

Date: Thursday, June 20

Time: 5pm to 8pm

Where: Kogarah School of Arts, corner of Queens Avenue and Bowns Road, Kogarah.

Bookings essential: Visit the 'What's On' page at www.georgesriver.nsw.gov.au to confirm attendance.

Refugee Week 2019 will run from June 16 to 22.

The Refugee Council of Australia has provided free resources for Refugee Week 2019, including recipes from its Ambassadors, to help people 'Share a meal, share a story' to celebrate the lives of refugees.

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