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Rethink Rebuild
Rethink Rebuild exists to inspire, strengthen & advocate for the Syrian community & help it become an effective part of British society. Contact: info@rrsoc.org
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Rethink Rebuild 6h
Trip to Ordsall Hall, Salford for the over 50s group
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RR Finalist in British Muslim Awards
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“It was a crime to treat those protestors in public hospitals.” Ayman exposes the horrors he witnessed as a doctor in Syria. Join us and hear the full story at HOME Manchester on 30 March from 2pm to...
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Come to Academy 2 to see our exhibition revealing the horrors experienced by . Aminah Khoulani and Asma Farraj will be speaking about their experiences of witnessing the regime's brutality at first hand.
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 20
“I refuse injustice!” This is why Asmahan participated in protests against the Assad regime in Syria. Join us and hear the full story at HOME Manchester on 30 March at 2pm. To attend the event, please secure your place through the link:
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Reem Doukmak Mar 15
Join the march in London tomorrow to show your solidarity
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Alistair Burt Mar 14
I’m proud to pledge today that the UK will continue our support for the Syrian people. We will continue to demand the change that Syria needs and that the Syrian people deserve. We will not give up. We will not turn our backs. We will do what continues to be right.
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 15
Today marks the eighth anniversary of the Syrian revolution. While we are commemorating the sacrifices of Syrians, we feel terribly sorry for the loss of 49 innocent lives in New Zealand. Hatred must stop; peace and justice should prevail!
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JourneysFestival Int Mar 10
Saturday March 23rd Lancaster Priory Church is hosting the "Silenced Voices" exhibition by with the Children's War Museum. The event includes a talk by a former detainee at 11:15 and a movie screening (Silent War) at 12:00.
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 8
CONTACT has kindly offered the Syrian community free tickets to the play by Inua Ellams. If you’d like to book your free seat, please inbox our page. ONE DAY. SIX CITIES. A THOUSAND STORIES. For generations, African men...
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 8
To all women who fought for equality and justice in the past and To those women who keep on fighting today Happy Women’s Day! – celebrating International Women's Day
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 8
“We want education to continue because we don’t...
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Charity Film Awards Mar 5
Congratulations to our fantastic finalists in the £100K - £500K Turnover Category: View the videos & vote for your favourite:
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 5
HOORAY! With your support, our film passed the first stage; and judges also voted for our film. Now, we are among the finalists in the Awards! It’s back to you again, vote now and help us be the voice of the voiceless!
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Brian S Mar 4
An important initiative - please sign and share
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 4
📢📢 Today at 8.00 pm, we're joining to raise awareness about the plight of women & children imprisoned in & to call for their freedom. The aim is to reach 1m signatures. Please sign the petition & use for tweets.
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Rethink Rebuild Mar 1
"Some very motivated lawyers are working hard to put Syrian war criminals in the dock, and we can all play a part"
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Brian S Feb 25
Worth taking a pause from obsessing about who did or didn't what in Douma to read this account of the realities of providing medical care in Syrian hospitals under bombardment
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Rethink Rebuild Feb 26
Manchester Community Sponsorship Event
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Rethink Rebuild Feb 24
A very harrowing read on Dr David Nott's experience as a surgeon in Syria "As the days went by, I noticed there was a weird consistency to the injuries we...
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