Migration & Movement Workshop OrganiserGlobal Goals CentreDepartmentDiscoveryTypeWorkshop


About the workshop:

Come and discover the world of migration through the lives and art of artists who have migrated here. Listen to inspiring stories of refugees and migrants who found refuge in creative practices. Create your own art. Deepen your understanding of how all of humanity is connected and how migration has changed the way we speak, eat, create the beauty around us, relate to each other. Students will leave inspired to find the role that art can play in their own wellbeing as well as with a deeper empathy for those who leave their homes to find refuge.

Curriculum links:

This workshop is versatile and suitable for all students at KS2 level and above. It has specific curriculum links to:

  • Geography (contextual knowledge of local and global places, human impact, sustainability, climate change),
  • PSHE/Citizenship (roles of a citizen, ethics, morals, social and environmental justice, community improvement),
  • Art.

Your hosts: 

This workshop has been designed by Manu Maunganidze and Verity Jones from the education charity, Global Goals Centre.

How to book:

Workshops are available Monday to Friday in term-time, we can host a maximum 35 students per workshop, and require a minimum of 20 students. For prices and to book your workshop, please email us at info@globalgoalscentre.org.



Always (2023)


Global Goals Centre

Educational charity inspiring learning and action towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

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