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DAY MER Festival gets underway with month long program

DAY MER Festival gets underway with month long program

DAY MER Culture and Art Festival, will be held for the 35th time this year between 4 June and 7 July. DAY MER board of directors and members distributed tasks at the North London Community Centre (KLTM) last Friday evening for the organization of the society’s longest-running festival.

DAY MER President Aslı Gül stated that they have raised the bar for this year’s festival in the light of 35 years of experience and said: “While workers in the UK are affected by rising prices and poverty, it is becoming more and more difficult to find a livable wage and a secure job. As an immigrant society, we are also affected by this. We are going through a period in which anti-immigrant policies and discourses are increasing, and alienating workers from the country they live in with the opposing laws. “Attacks against workers do not recognize local immigrants. Therefore, fighting together against attacks is important in terms of not dividing the unity of workers and breaking prejudices. Our festival also carries the mission of knitting and strengthening the unity of workers through culture and art.”

Stating that this year’s program is full, Gül said, “The festival will start on June 4 with the conversation titled ‘Iconography of the Oppressed’ with the participation of writer Aydın Çubukçu and the legendary painter İsmail Yıldırım living in France, and after dozens of events, Miraz, Don Kipper and others will attend on July 7.” “It will end with the park festival in Clissold Park, where the and Kontrast groups will perform,” she said.

On Wednesday 5 June 2 event took place the Festival reception and photography exhibition, from 5-7 June the Women’s Painting Group will exhibit their works, the on the weekend 8, 9 and 10 June 19, at Dugdale Art Center (Enfield, EN2 6DS) – London Square Stage, the play “Generals’ 5 o’clock Tea” will be performed.

The next set of events follow on the 18th June an Culture and Art Night will take place at 7pm at the Day-Mer headquarters, then a Youth Football Tournament on 23 June at 15.30 at “Power League Tottenham, Willoughby Lane, N17 0SL.

In to the last 10 days the program will continues wit a movie screening on June 25 at7pm at the Day-Mer headquarters, and then a Youth Meeting on June 29th ay 7pm for an evening  of music and dancing.

On July 5 a panel will be held on “Developments in the Labor Movement, solidarity with the Palestinian people” and then on July 7 closing there program off with their park festival at Clissold Park (N16) with live performances, speakers, food and dancing.


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