This drama tells the story of a group of asylum seeking children living in Britain. It focuses on Abdul, originally from Afghanistan.
Leave to Remain is the first feature film from Bruce Goodison, Bafta award winning director of television dramas and documentaries.
We are given an insight into the arduous, complicated and often cruel system that these children have to go through.
It is clearly well researched, covering the minute details of the asylum process including interviews, age assessments and appeals.
Real asylum seekers play the main characters. Its release date is timed to coincide with Refugee Week (16-22 June).
An exhibition of paintings and ceramics by Fetlework Tesfay presents her reflections on displacement, community and hope as a refugee living in Britain.
The exhibition will also include the work of local school children, made during workshops with the artist. Part of Refugee Week.
Tells the true story of a group of asylum-seeking children from Bosnia living in Britain.
An hour-long storytelling performance for children over eight years old. Part of Scottish Refugee Week.
A familiar concept with a twist
The impact of industrial agriculture
A film that deserves its acclaim