The Home Project is an induction programme for the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at Manchester Metropolitan University that gives the students the opportunity to explore Manchester and see what a fantastic resource it is for students' studies. The HOME Project is an event programme for students who will be joining MMU in September 2017 and aims to get students to engage with Manchester, getting involved in activities based around the city, and networking with prolific Manchester figures. It has four main strands: Manchester's radical history, International City, whether it is a Northern Powerhouse or not and also from Cottonpolis to Northern Quarter.
Dr Haytham Alhamwi from Rethink Rebuild Society will deliver a talk in the "International City" strand about the Syrian community in Manchester. The talks aim to understand why Manchester is called a multicultural, multilingual city and what are the benefits of having so many communities, languages, cultures which lead to call Manchester an international city.
Join us on Thursday 28th Sep at 12-1 pm at Flour & Flagon to learn something about the communities in Manchester and get inspired to do something.
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