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Volunteering, Displacements & Livelihoods: photographs by young refugees in Uganda.

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Gallery North

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Gallery North 20th June - 29th July 2022

Volunteering, Displacements & Livelihoods is an exhibition showcasing photographs taken by young refugees in Uganda. 

Opening Times

  • 20th June - 5th July (Monday to Saturday): 10am - 2pm 
  • 6th July - 23rd July (Monday to Saturday): 10am - 6pm 
  • 25th July - 29th July (Monday to Friday): 2pm - 6pm

Refugee Youth Volunteering Uganda Project www.ryvu.org

For more information or to arrange an accompanied viewing please email contact@ryvu.org

Launch Event & Reception Wednesday 6th July 4pm - 6pm, free to attend please book your place below.

 

Event Details

Gallery North
Sandyford Building
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

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