2021 World Refugee Day Events- Salt Lake City
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Celebration
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
415 East 3900 South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
World Refugee Day Celebration
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Cottonwood Regional Park
4300 S 1300 E
Salt Lake City, Utah, 84117
Highlights of the evening include
- introduction of the Global Refugee Archive
- Photobooths celebrating tradition, individual stories, and refuge
- Live performance of multimedia composition “The Story of Our Journey”
- Reading children's books "Samir's Bike" and Lubna and Pebble" and more.
Virtual Presentation and Panel Discussion
4:00 - 5:00 PM CET (10 AM EST/7AM PST)
This event is organized and hosted by TSOS Community Program Coordinators for Europe (EU/UK/Egypt)
Virtual World Refugee Day Event sharing videos, personal stories, and a panel discussion celebrating the wonderful ways refugees are bringing more joy, culture, and healing to our communities.
We invite you to take a moment to learn more and open your heart to every individual displaced, who is looking for a home.
Virtual Multimedia Composition
"The Story of Our Journey"
1 PM EDT (10 AM PST/7PM CET)
This event is organized and hosted by Sunset Run for Refugees and will be followed by a panel discussion.
The musical score and accompanying film amplify first-hand refugee stories through a multimedia artistic experience. Authentic audio and video interview footage provided by TSOS supports the clarinet and fixed media electronics, providing the viewer with an opportunity to reflect as refugees share details of their personal, arduous journeys from a home lost to a home found.
To learn more about the composition visit https://tsosrefugees.org/conversations/the-story-of-our-journey
In preparation for World Refugee Day, check out our new playlist:
We look forward to meeting you at the TSOS booth to share heroic refugee stories and opportunities of hope for refugees. Saturday, June 23rd, at the Fairmont Park, 2100 South 1071 East in Salt Lake City. Bring the entire family to bask in the warmth of humanitarian fellowship and support which will be evident at this notable event. Come with questions or a willingness to help.
Throughout their winter semester at Brigham Young University in Utah, USA, graduate students in the department of Communications devoted their studies to analyzing the social media reach and strengthening the efficiency and impact of the work we are doing at Their Story is Our Story.
TSOS is honored and grateful to have been asked by the General Relief Society Presidency of the LDS Church to contribute to this important international conference.