Please join us this Friday, September 25, 5–8 pm, when Trampoline House's exhibition space CAMP (Center for Art on Migration Politics) opens a new exhibition by Tiffany Chung (Vietnam/USA) about flight and displacement. The opening features many interesting speakers, live music, and food:

5:15–5:25 pm: Welcome by CAMP’s directors
5:25–5:45 pm: Artist talk by Tiffany Chung
5:45–6 pm: Haifaa Awad (physician, debater, activist, writer) reads from her books "A Physician’s Diary from Syria" (2013) and "I no longer recognize my Denmark" (2015) about her two stays as a volunteering physician in Syria, and discusses what the Syrians are fleeing from
6–6:15 pm: Nagieb Khaja (reporter, filmmaker) shows a clip from his film "The Forgotten Families of War" (2014) that portrays an internally displaced family in Afghanistan
6:15–7:15 pm: Exhibition viewing and soup kitchen
7:15–8 pm: Concert with the drum orchestra Tamala that plays drum music from West Africa
8–11 pm: Bar & Dancing w/ DJ Kipanga


On Tuesday, September 22, 5–7 pm, advisors from the Danish organization CePi visits Trampoline House to explain about the family reunification process in Denmark and how to speed it up.

And on Saturday, September 26, 3:30–4:30 pm, Sherin Khankan (Forum for Critical Muslims and Exitcirklen) visits Trampoline House's Women's Club to guest lecture about women’s rights in Islam. All women are welcome!

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