As we look towards the future of Belfast, we see a city of growing diversity…come hear the stories of our city’s asylum seekers and migrant workers at

“Hear My Voice”: Marking the 100th World Day of Migrants and Refugees
Today, January 16th at 7.30pm at Clonard Monastery.

This evening is dedicated to the voices of Belfast’s migrants and refugees. Come listen to first-hand accounts of Belfast residents who have arrived here from other countries, and celebrate the launch of Embrace NI‘s new DVD called “Hear My Voice.”  The DVD is a collection of personal reflections of migrant people and people seeking asylum as they settle in Northern Ireland, and includes some of the challenges and thoughts about what the local church has done to help.

Refreshments will served at this event. No RSVP required.

View the “Hear My Voice” Event Poster here.