September 2, 2019
Caabu logo.

Caabu event: The Future for British-Arabs: Wednesday 4 September

Shubbak has become a key moment in the arts calendar of the UK and the Arab World, bringing new and unexpected voices alongside established artists to new audiences every two years.
July 12, 2019

Shubbak Festival in London: 28 June – 14 July 2019

Shubbak has become a key moment in the arts calendar of the UK and the Arab World, bringing new and unexpected voices alongside established artists to new audiences every two years.
June 30, 2019

Freedom Across Borders Conference: Saturday 6 July 2019

The Freedom Across Borders conference is an opportunity for a wide range of human rights activists in the UK and Syrian human rights activists to meet and learn about each other’s work, and to explore opportunities for solidarity.
June 28, 2019

New Syrian fiction: Dima Wannous’s The Frightened Ones

Damascus-born Dima Wannous is a writer and cultural journalist. She has written for multiple Arab and international newspapers, managed the cultural section of the online magazine Modon, and hosted a cultural TV show from 2008-18.
June 28, 2019

Selamlik: A Homoerotic Perspective of Syria: Sunday 30 June 2019

Come and join us at the British Library to witness Syrian multi Award-Winning Journalist and novelist, Khaled Alesmael releasing his debut novel Selamlik.
June 17, 2019
Two men from Qisetna.

Qisetna film screening at University of Leeds: Wednesday 17 July 2019

Qisetna will be visiting the University of Leeds in July to share some stories from the Qisetna archive. The event will also include a screening of one of their films produced in collaboration with Bidayyat Audiovisual Arts.
June 16, 2019
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Visit our free immersive exhibition at Migration Lates: Refugee Week 2019

Join us for a special Refugee Week late opening featuring storytelling, performances, art workshops, food and more. This will be a free and informal event, with different activities taking place throughout the evening across our exhibition and café spaces.
June 12, 2019

Classical guitar concert in Sevenoaks: 28, 29 June 2019

Internationally renowned Syrian classical guitarist Ayman Jarjour has performed worldwide, including at Carnegie Hall in New York, and studied in Madrid and Juilliard. Ayman returns to Sevenoaks with a varied programme including Classical, Spanish, Latin, Modern and Syrian music, to support Syrian refugees resettling in the Sevenoaks area.
June 8, 2019
An olive on a tree.

A Syrian night in Bristol: Saturday 22 June 2019

Join Qisetna on Saturday 22 June 2019 for an evening full of fun and exciting story reading to fundraise for community sponsorship of a Syrian Refugee family in Bristol.