We look forward to seeing you in Trampoline House this week!
Birthday party planning meeting, 5:00–6:00 pm
On Tuesday afternoon, there will be a meeting for anyone interested in helping to plan Trampoline House's 7th Birthday Party. The party will be on Friday the 1st of June from 4:00 pm – 2:00 am. If you would like to help organise music, decorations, food and/or any special activities for the party, please meet Tone and Sally in Tone's office after the House Meeting. We would love to hear your ideas!
NEW: Monthly meeting in Folkebevægelsen for asylbørns fremtid, 4:00–5:30 pm
Do you want to join the work of Folkebevægelsen for asylbørns fremtid (the future of asylum) to improve the rights and conditions for asylum-seeking children in Denmark? Then join our monthly meeting every first Thursday of the month from 4:00–5:30 pm.
For more info on Folkebevægelsen for asylbørns fremtid, click here to go to our website.
Women's Club is closed
Women's Club is closed this week, for the first Saturday of the month.
Special events this week
Are you interested in hearing about how to volunteer, do an internship, or conduct research or projects at Trampoline House? Come along to our meeting from 6:00–5:30 pm in the Big Classroom to hear about how Trampoline House operates, and how you can be involved.
Every first Friday of the month, Trampoline House invites Michala Clante Bendixen from Refugees Welcome lecture about the Danish asylum system. Michala explains the ways through the Danish asylum system, how to assess an asylum claim, how many are arriving, how many are being processed, etc. Entrance is free and all are welcome! This lecture is always fascinating, and a must if you are a new intern/volunteer/researcher in the house.
Come along to our 1st Friday of the Month party this week! The program will run from 6:00 pm–12:00 am and will include a community dinner, live music, a bar & dancing.
Free guided tour in The Bridge Radio's exhibition "Economy of Migrant Labor – for the Right to Work"
Again this Saturday, from 3:00–4:00 pm, there will be a FREE tour of CAMP's current exhibition Economy of Migrant Labor – for the Right to Work – a solo exhibition by the transnational radio collective The Bridge Radio.
This exhibition is made in collaboration with a group of people who have asylum status, residence permits, and homes in Southern Europe, but often end up living on the street in Copenhagen while they are trying to find work. It takes a closer look at the precarious living conditions for migrant workers in Denmark and their struggle for labor rights.
All tours are conducted by graduates from CAMP’s art gallery guide program for refugees and asylum seekers in collaboration with CAMP education interns. They are being run every Saturday at the same time until the exhibition closes on May 19.
Please remember that you can see all activities in Trampoline House in our calendar.
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