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Evening of films on migration and refugees planned at Nunhead’s Ivy House

 

An evening of films about migration and refugees is planned for the Ivy House.

Migration and refugee correspondent for The Guardian, John Domkos, will be presenting one of his films at the Citizens of the World – refugee film night on November 17.

The event, organised by Southwark Refugee Council, will hone in on the ongoing refugee crisis. The event is at The Ivy House, Stuart Road, Nunhead. Entry is free but there will be a collection for refugees and migrants.

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