Charity Event “I Support Refugees”

Estonian Refugee Council and Estonian Human Rights Centre would like to invite you to celebrate the International Human Rights Day with a charity event “I Support Refugees” on December 10 at 7 pm in Telliskivi Loomelinnak (Telliskivi 60a).
We will talk about he life of refugees in Estonia through the emotional story of Andrei who will tell his story of how he as a young man became a refugee. Your soul will be uplifted and transported to distant lands by the music of Savva Terentjev (piano), Matthew Hyde (double bass) and African and Caribbean sounds from DJ Maali.

Your body will join in the trip as you indulge in rich ethnic food from around the world and the soft touch of applied Henna.Entrance fee: 3 €

Your donation will go towards our efforts to support refugees as they work to integrate and become contributing members of Estonian society – in particular, refugee children in need.
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