Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Notations From the Grid (Special Weekly Edition): On the Latest From #MOAS

We here at the Daily Outsider are in awe at the work done by MOAS in support of refugees around the World.   As this latest snapshot will indicate, they have expanded to be supportive of the Rohinyga as they continue the noble work in support of the less fortunate around the World: 


South East Asia Mission
MOAS is now established in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, where we are working to provide aid and medical care to Rohingya refugees seeking shelter along the border. The team have been working tirelessly to get the first MOAS Aid Station up and running and are already working hard to deliver our services to those who so desperately need them. Please help us meet the needs of this community in crisis.
Broomberg and Chanarin installation in King's Cross
Art on the Underground has unveiled a new film commission by artists Broomberg and Chararin at King's Cross Underground Station. The 12-minute film, entitled 'Bureaucracy of Angels', was partly filmed on a MOAS vessel last September during our 2016 Central Mediterranean mission. The film will run until 25th November, and we encourage all our supporters in London to visit the station and experience the film!

What happened this month?

6 Degrees Citizen Space
Regina Catrambone, MOAS Co-Founder and Director, went to Canada to take part in 6 Degrees Citizen Space, a 3-day immersive discussion and dialogue on migration, citizenship and inclusion. You can read Regina's reflection on her experiences below.

Shelter Seeking: Cycling for Solidarity
Check out this amazing project from MOAS supporter Fiona, who has cycled from Switzerland to Greece to raise money for our work. She's hoping to raise one franc for every mile! 

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