Latest Past Events

GRAMNet Film Series: My Name is Anik

CCA (Centre for Contemporary Arts) 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow

GRAMNet in partnership with BEMIS is delighted to present this stunning short, MY NAME IS ANIK, by Glasgow based director Bircan Birol. Details: Documentary: UK (2019) | Colour | Director: Bircan Birol | Languages: Turkish, Kurdish | Running Time: 15m | Subtitles: English | Rating: PG Synopsis: How many stories can one language hold? Anik is the […]

Launch of the Ethnic Minority Race, Equality and Human Rights Network

Merchants House of Glasgow, Grand Hall 7 West George Street, Glasgow

In March 2020 the Ethnic Minority National Resilience Network (Scotland) was initiated by BEMIS Scotland and over 100 ethnic minority led community organisations to respond to the social, economic, health and welfare needs of communities due to the pandemic. Following an extensive period of consultation members have decided to evolve the network to reflect long-standing […]

GRAMNet Film Series: Through Our Eyes

University of Glasgow Gilmorehill Centre 9 University Avenue, Glasgow

For Refugee Week 2023, in partnership with GRAMNet and BEMIS are delighted to present an IN PERSON screening of Bafta nominated director Samir Mehanovic’s  THROUGH OUR EYES (2018). Filmed over three years, Samir Mehanovic’s emotive documentary gives a fresh and personal insight into the human catastrophe of the Syrian conflict. A Muslim refugee himself, Mehanovic fled […]