About this resource
An academic article from the University of Leeds that reflects on workshops run with refugees that explored what it means to be ‘welcome’, how we ‘welcome’ and how we want to be ‘welcomed’. The paper shows different ways of working across sectors with displaced communities to engage with and enable spaces for voices to be made audible.
Why we recommend this resource
Dominant media often creates a sense of hostility towards refugees. This article analyses how arts organisations can become agents of change and provide a process of inclusion and welcome through their social interventions. With migration on the rise, art projects within communities are important agents for integration and this article presents examples of how this could be achieved.
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