The GCU Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health is organising a dancing flash mob event to engage people with the issue of solidarity towards migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers. The event, will take place on the afternoon of 17th June at a secret location in Glasgow. It will also be a showcase for some of the findings from two large collaborative and multidisciplinary research projects (www.transsol.eu and www.sirius-project.eu) that reveal how claims and discourses about European solidarity towards migrants, refugees and asylum seekers are related to debates about European identities and cultures.
If you are interested in finding out more we would like to join us for this “secret” collective expression of solidarity, please get in touch.
The first rehearsal is scheduled for 21st April (3pm to 4.30 pm), at The Arc Gym, Glasgow Caledonian University. On that occasion we will provide further information and have fun trying out the collective dance moves. Registration for the first rehearsal is at https://gcu-flash-mob-reheharsal.eventbrite.co.uk
If you would like to know more please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.