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Refugee Week Scotland takes place every year in June to celebrate World Refugee Day. Each event helps to shine a light on the cultural richness and diversity of our communities. OneRen are proud to be part of this annual national fiesta.

This one day festival is a celebration of the food and drink, music and poetry, art, dance, language and ideas that people bring with them when they settle in Scotland. Join us for a family friendly World Food Boogie event during the day and an evening of music featuring some of the most exciting music talent in Scotland, curated by Matt Hickman (Brownbear).

An exhibition, talk and workshop covering the hand made 'Millie' dolls representing textile workers from all over the world and the legacy of grandmothers, mothers and sisters who have passed their sewing skills down from generation to generation  -made by the members of Sewing2getherAll Nations, a refugee assisting organisation based in Renfrewshire.

Thursday to Saturday 23-25 June 1000-1600 One Millie, All Nations- Scottish Refugee Festival - Exhibition in Paisley Library

Thursday 23 June 1830-2000 Creative Journeys for New Scots - Twilight Talk about Design - Mossvale Community Centre

Friday 24 June 1430-1600 Linen Routes through Paisley - Walk by Design - from Paisley Library

Saturday 25 June 1430-1600 Sewing2gether All Nations - Family Workshop- In Paisley Library

More information can be found on the Refugee Week Scotland website.

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