Refugee Tales will walk again: end indefinite detention - 3 July to 8 July 2016
Refugee Tales will walk again! The 'modern-day pilgrimage' against indefinite detention is returning in July.
The 2015 event involved people walking in solidarity with Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigration Detainees, from Dover to Crawley along the North Downs Way.
This year's 'pilgrimage' starts in in the cathedral city of Canterbury and end in central London.
Forum at the University of Kent, ‘Being Detained Indefinitely: A Day of Thought, Performance and Action’: talks, lectures, discussions and performances which aim to understand what it means to be and to have been indefinitely detained.
A walk will leave Canterbury on 4 July, moving north to Gravesend and then along the Thames into central London, calling for the practice of indefinite immigration detention to end.
Booking for Refugee Tales is now open.