Come and join Artmongers and Bold Vision at the Hill Station (SE14 5TY) 7-9pm on Jun 25th to discuss our next two projects – the Refugee Experience Evening and Refugee Radio. More info available on request (email@example.com). Lots of opportunities to get involved and make an enjoyable contribution to these ideas.
We are gathering people who can help with
Recording / producing
Is it you? Join the conversation, help shape these projects Jun 25th 7-9pm
Last time we met we discussed several great projects. See the post of that meeting for more info.
Now I am about to revisit the camp in order to:
Gather follow up evaluation data based on the 5 factors of well-being used in New Cross Connected Communities research so that I can write up the work and we can seek further funding
Get permissions from those people in the video so we can use it more widely
Progress the first two of the projects below that we feel is most ready for implementation
I really hope you can come along and share ideas, contribute new thoughts, bring this alive!
Bilingual Youth: Bring together young people in London learning Arabic and young people in the camp who want to learn English. Involve library donations and understanding of Arabic literature. Leader: Soile
Knitting / Craft circles: create easy entry, safe neighbourhood eg per block where women can gather in each others houses on a rotation basis to spend an hour doing craftwork together. Leader: Kitty
Music with children: create a combined choir sharing songs between Edmund Waller and school in the camp. To sing together via live streaming and to send recordings of each other singing each other’s songs. Leader: Byron?
‘Barn-raising’: create action focus for men to come together and redress their sense of powerlessness to protect and provide for their families. Eg build a children’s playground together, build a shaded seating area by water tap. Leader: tbc but Anshu will kick off
Peace Rocks: have peace rock dipping events during Feb for display during festival. Leader: Catherine