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Rohingya…between two worlds

MIDDLETON HALL, Middleton Hall, University of Hull, Cottingham Road, HU6 7RX

17 Jun 2019

18.30

FREE

Rebecca has worked throughout Southeast Asia with the Thai Children’s Trust, Child Rescue Nepal and over twenty other NGOs who work together to improve the lives of women and children. She will present images from her 2018 visit to Balukhali Camp, Cox’s Bazar, together with stories from survivor refugees that paint a stark, sobering account of their traumatic journey from Rakhine state, Myanmar to Bangladesh.

Yasmin Merali is Professor of Systems Thinking and Director of the Centre for Systems Studies at the University of Hull. She began her life in the UK in a refugee camp in 1972, as a consequence of Idi Amin’s mass expulsion of British Asians from Uganda. She became acquainted with Rebecca Robyn’s work in 2015 when Rebecca was capturing images for The Changing Face of Hull exhibition.

Free admission – all welcome.

As part of the University of Hull Refugee Week events

Venue Details

MIDDLETON HALL,
Middleton Hall,
University of Hull,
Cottingham Road,
HU6 7RX

01482 465341

yourevent@hull.ac.uk

https://culturenet.co.uk/

Following a £9.5 million redevelopment, Middleton Hall re-opened its doors in late 2016 as a 400-seater concert hall. The versatile venue is used for classical music concerts, and with adaptable acoustics, it is also used as a surround-sound cinema and theatre space.

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Accessible Toilets

Assistance Dogs

Blue-Badge Parking

Wheelchair Access

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