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We Cannot Walk Alone

REFUGEE WEEK | 14-20 JUNE 2021

Refugee Week has begun, and we have a line up of
online events for you to join us at.

All events are free, but we’d be delighted if you could
make a donation to our 2021 Education Crowdfunder.


  • Surviving Crisis, Living in Dignity:
    People, initiatives & change 

    Tuesday 15 June
    6PM 🇬🇧 | 8PM 🇱🇧🇯🇴

    Watch the webinar

    On Tuesday, broadcaster Mishal Husain was in conversation with Lina Khatib, Wael Lazkani & our own Victoria Lupton. They spoke about the challenges on the ground in Lebanon, the vital ecosystem working towards a better future for Lebanese society, and how Seenaryo supports a new generation of thinkers and leaders.

    You can watch a recording of the webinar online, by clicking the link above.

  • An online theatre performance:
    I see my ghost coming from afar

    Saturday 19 June
    7PM 🇬🇧 | 8PM 🇩🇪 | 9PM 🇱🇧🇯🇴

    Arabic with English subtitles
    Watch the show

    Taking its name from the poem by Palestinian writer Mahmoud Darwish, I see my ghost coming from afar is a physical theatre production devised by young Palestinian & Lebanese actors.

    This show was developed by Seenaryo in partnership with Goethe Institut Libanon. The performance is being streamed in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts as part of Refugee Week.

  • A conversation between the cast in Lebanon and youth in Germany

    Saturday 19 June
    8PM 🇬🇧 | 9PM 🇩🇪 | 10PM 🇱🇧🇯🇴

    English with simultaneous Arabic translation
    Join the conversation

    Following the performance, the cast will be speaking to a group of youth in Germany, exploring themes around gender and sexuality. Tune in to watch their conversation.

    This conversation is hosted by Seenaryo in collaboration with Bund Deutscher Amateurtheater as part of their TheaterWelten digital festival.

  • Webinar | WATCH

  • Performance | TRAILER

  • Conversation | TRAILER

Meet Rania

“I’m going to share my problems in front of everyone without being shy”


“Theatre has given me strength. I didn’t used to have the courage before Seenaryo to face my fears, and talk about being black and Lebanese in front of people. Now I have the courage to talk clearly. I know how to stand on stage and interact with people, even from different nationalities.

I’m a black girl who lives in a racist country, and I grew up not appreciating my skin colour and my hair. I used to hide in the corner because of people’s mean words, especially at school. Seenaryo offered me the opportunity to talk about it. I wasn’t sure if this was a good idea because I was ashamed. For me, Seenaryo was my way to tell people what I’m feeling and how I’m proud of myself and my blackness .

Now I’m going to share my problems in front of everyone without being shy. I’m discovering myself more and building my personality. I’m proud of what I’m doing even if others reject me.”