TUESDAY / House meeting: Letter from Sjælsmark families to the prime minister
The house meeting is the democratic parliament and information forum of Trampoline House, where users, interns, volunteers, and staff update each other on news and discuss urgent issues related to the house and life as a refugee/asylum seeker. During this week’s meeting, we will first announce some new additions to the house program. Afterwards, a group of families living in deportation center Sjælsmark have asked for help to write a letter to the Danish prime minister in response to a letter from Sjælsmark employee wrongly stating that the families prefer to stay in Sjælsmark as opposed to moving to a new, more children friendly center. When: Tuesday, Aug. 6, 4–5 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s café.
WEDNESDAY / Info meeting on how to volunteer or do an internship
Are you thinking about volunteering or doing an internship in Trampoline House? Or are you a researcher or cultural producer, who would like to do research or make a project in the house? Then join our monthly information meeting, where you will learn how. When: Wednesday, Aug. 7, 5–6:30 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom. Click to read more. The event is free, and everyone is welcome, but please register here.
VORES ASYLBØRN / Stops counseling hours in Trampoline House
The organization Vores Asylbørn will sadly stop giving legal counseling in Trampoline House on Thursday evenings. We thank them for their time in the house. To see our other legal counseling offers, click here.
FRIDAY / New Danish class for women who would like to learn to read and write
We are proud to launch this new Danish class for refugee and asylum-seeking women who would like to learn to read and write in a safe learning environment. You can start anytime you want – just show up and present yourself to the instructor. The class is free of charge. When: Fridays, 1–2 pm. Where: Trampoline House’s big classroom.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY / New program for Women’s Club
This season, Women’s Club and Women’s Class will discuss ways to empower yourself in the asylum system and ways to feel part of Danish society if you receive a residence permit. Click here to see the fall program. Women’s class still takes place every second and third Friday of the month from 4–6 pm. Women’s Club has changed day and now takes place the second Saturday of the month from 2–7 pm. Join us for this season’s first Women’s Class on Friday, Aug. 9, 4–6 pm and for the first Women’s Club on Saturday, Aug. 10, 2–7 pm.