Drink For Justice is a relaxed networking opportunity to learn how refugees self-represent and develop in a challenging environment while displaying a resourcefulness and tenacity we can all harness for greater success.
Drink For Justice is a relaxed networking event to learn how refugees in Hong Kong self-represent and develop in a challenging environment, while displaying a resourcefulness and tenacity everyone can harness for greater success. Come along, enjoy a drink, and learn something new.
Drink For Justice is organized by a diverse network of professionals, refugees and concerned citizens who come together at the Refugee Union to promote solidarity and develop friendship over a pressing social cause. It’s a win-win deal guaranteed to bring out smiles!
Once a month, for a $200 donation to the Refugee Union, you’re welcome to drink to your heart's content and make a difference in the lives of refugees in Hong Kong. We can’t fix social problems in one night, but you can use your Happy Hour for positive change!
Refugees are a marginalized minority from dozens of countries. Their skills and talents are often undermined and depreciated in a context of limited resources, opportunities and choices. Drink For Justice encourages all of us to express ourselves and to learn about the reality of seeking asylum in this city.
The ancients believed “In Vino Veritas” – in wine, truth! The Greek historian Herodotus asserts that if the Persians decided something while drunk, they made a rule to reconsider it when sober. Authors after Herodotus added that if the Persians made a decision while sober, they made a rule to reconsider it when they were drunk.
Drink for Justice aims to spark a truthful friendship in a jovial environment shaped around this ancient wisdom since, “what soberness conceals, drunkenness reveals”. Let’s harness the good times we share with our friends to promote justice and solidarity!
The Refugee Union is Hong Kong’s first refugee-led society. Its mission is to empower refugees to assist each other and actively participate in all matters relating to the life of refugees and the development of the asylum sphere in Hong Kong.
It is our promise to provide unique and quality drinks like you never find them in all-you-can-drink events.
Early bird tickets are sold online at Eventbrite. You may purchase entry ticket at the door for $250.
You may make a donation to the Refugee Union when purchasing tickets at www.evertbrite.hk. You may also make a donation at the event.
You can help by attending with your friends and spreading the word through social media. It would be great if you could also get involved directly and contribute to Drink For Justice with your ideas and availability to host or co-organize one event. Diversity is what we seek, and organizers change over time according to what they want to contribute to the cause. Email us for more details at email@example.com. Drink For Justice is everyone’s effort and reward!
Updates are regularly posted on our website and Facebook.
Get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, 23 August 2017 @ Café 8
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