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Women in the Saharawi Refugee Camps - a talk by Amal Mahfud and Beccy Allen On Zoom 11 June at 7.30pm
 
Dear <<First Name>>,

Despite the current Lock down and closure of the Friends Meeting House, our talks on human rights around the world continue online using Zoom. Contact the Chair on email sue.woodsford@ntlworld.com to book a place and get the zoom link.

Women in the Saharawi Refugee Camps - Amal Mahfud and Beccy Allen
On Zoom 11 June at 7.30pm


Our talk on Thursday 11 June at 7.30pm will be on the situation for refugees in Western Sahara, suffering from exile after invasion by Morocco. This talk will be given by Beccy Allen who  knows the circumstances well, having worked to support Saharawi refugees for several years. She will be joined by Amal Mahfud, a Saharawi refugee herself who can tell us all about what life is like in the camps.
 
Situated in South West Algeria, in the middle of the Sahara Desert, the Saharawi Refugee Camps are home to over 160,000 refugees from Western Sahara. These refugees have been waiting for over 45 years to return to their homeland, currently occupied by Morocco. Amal, a Saharawi refugee now living in the UK and Beccy, a Western Sahara activist working with British solidarity NGOs, will discuss life in the Camps with a particular focus on Saharawi Women. Q and A will follow the talk.. 
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Our last talk before the summer break will be on Thursday 9 July when Dr Chris Sandbrook of CU Conservation Research Institute will speak on
"Conservation, Human Rights and Environmental Justice".  
See  https://www.conservation.cam.ac.uk/directory/sandbrook 

We hope you will join us. Lock Down will probably still be with us then so this talk will probably be on Zoom too.
To join a meeting, just email me at sue.woodsford@ntlworld.com  and I will send you the link.

Keep Safe
Best wishes
 
Sue
Sue Woodsford, Chair
Cambridge City Amnesty Group

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