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Estonia: World Refugee Day festival

Estonian Refugee Council

On the occasion of World Refugee Day on 20 June, the Estonian Refugee Council is organising the 'Refugee Day Festival' in collaboration with Telliskivi Creative City, the UN Refugee Agency, Mondo, and Izumi Youth Club.

At the festival, people with migration and refugee backgrounds from Turkey, Syria, Ukraine, and Sri Lanka will be selling food typical of their culture. The event will also see activities for children and young people, performances by both foreign and local musicians, and workshops introducing different cultures. Workshop participants will learn to make Turkish bulgur salad, Sri Lankan chai tea, and Ukrainian 'guardian angels' crafts.

The Estonian Refugee Council's portrait exhibition on migration issues, "Voices from Crises: Stories of Displaced People" will also be open, along with an information desk sharing information on migration and refugees.

The event is free of charge to attend and no registration is required. All are welcome.

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Estonian Refugee Council
Posted by
Kristjan Kaldur
Country Coordinator

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