LISTENING MEETING: Rejected asylum-seeking children and parents explain about life in the Danish departure and deportation centers
During the last year, Danish politicians and media have been talking a lot about the rejected asylum-seeking families that live under difficult conditions in deportation center Sjælsmark and departure center Avnstrup. But they haven't been talking to the children and parents themselves. Therefore, Trampoline House and Folkebevægelsen for asylbørns fremtid would like to invite you to a listening meeting, where the families take the floor while politicians, journalists, and others will listen.
When: Monday, April 29, 3–5 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s Multizone. Click to read more. All events in Trampoline House are free, and everyone is welcome. Please register here.
PRESS: French tv journalist visits Trampoline House
Today, Tuesday, April 23, the French tv journalist Antoine Dufeu will visit Trampoline House to interview people and film. The material will be part of a documentary film about Islamophobia, racism, and discrimination. If you don’t want to be filmed, let a staff member know and we will inform the journalist.
LANGUAGE CLASS: Italian
Remember that you can learn Italian in Trampoline House for free. Volunteers Lewis and Badr are teaching the class together. When: Tuesdays 5–6 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom.
HELP DESK: The reception of Trampoline House
Every day during all our opening hours, volunteers, asylum interns, and refugees in job training are doing shifts in Trampoline House’s Help desk. Besides making a ton of tea and coffee for everyone in the house, they are also ready to help you if you have a question about Trampoline House or seeking asylum in Denmark, if you need help translating, printing, or mailing documents – or if you are looking for a staff member.
Remember that Trampoline House is closed this Friday. We are always closed the last Friday of the month.