Home and Away: the effects of exile on refugees

Home is a 20-minute, award-winning film made in 1994 by Israeli director David Ofek. Images of bombed-out Baghdad during the First Gulf War evoke potent memories in an Iraqi-Jewish family in Israel.

Following the film, a discussion with Egyptian-born author Ellis Douek and Andy Keith, Special Operations manager at the Refugee Council, will examine the effects of uprooting and exile on the identity and language of Jewish refugees.

Date: Tuesday 23 October 2007
Time: 7.30pm
Venue: The Sephardi Centre - 2, Ashworth Road, London W9 1JY
Light refreshments
Tickets: £10

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