Tackling the Refugee Crisis: Why does Syria matter to Norfolk?

06 July 2018
10:00 - 12:00
Granary Court, Norwich
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The Coalition for Global Prosperity hosts an event on the Syrian Refugee crisis with George Freeman MP and the Bishop of Norwich.

This panel discussion will explore what the Syrian Refugee Crisis means for Norfolk as well as how local community activists and faith groups have reacted to help displaced families in need. The Coalition for Global Prosperity is delighted to be hosting this event in Granary Court, near to Norwich Cathedral.

This is a public event, where the question Why does Syria matter to Norfolk? will be asked. The panel of speakers will be chaired by Richard Porritt, political editor of the EDP, and consists of:

  • MP George Freeman
  • The Rt Rev Graham James, Bishop of Norwich
  • New Routes project co-ordinator, Dee Robinson
  • Syrian refugee and activist, Mohamed Eidaly

The format will see the panel speak 10 - 11am, followed by refreshments.

This is a free public event, however guests must RSVP as there is limited capacity. Spaces can be booked in advance here.