Refugee Week takes place every year across the world in the week around World Refugee Day on 20 June. In the UK, Refugee Week is a nationwide programme of arts, cultural and educational events that celebrate the contribution of refugees to the UK, and encourage a better understanding between communities.
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Prosper offers the opportunity for arts and cultural organisations, companies or individual entrepreneurs in England to participate in nine months of free, dynamic and impactful business support activities to improve resilience, commercial capacity and investment readiness.
The programme will deliver 1-to-1 business advice, masterclasses, workshops, webinars and meetups.
Manchester people are urged to give their thoughts on the design of striking new National Memorial and Education Centre.
The memorial and accompanying education centre will stand in the shadow of Parliament, in Westminster's Victoria Tower Gardens, honouring victims and survivors of Nazi persecution and acting as a national voice against hatred in our modern world for individuals and communities across the UK.
Manchester Craft and Design (MCAD) is a not for profit Social Enterprise with a voluntary Board of Directors, who meet four times per year. Their mission is to be an unforgettable place to make, see and buy contemporary craft and design. MCAD also offers a rich portfolio of services including educational projects, exhibitions and the incubation of new talent and creative businesses.
Contact has a long-standing commitment to diversity in its programming, producing, staffing and community engagement. Contact actively seeks applications from the widest range of applicants.
Future Fires supports the development of future arts leaders. The programme is for young artists who want to develop their own community arts project, and in return you will receive funding, mentoring, training and support from Contact to make it happen.
RECLAIM are at the planning stages of the festival and want to open it up to everyone from Moss Side to get involved to help plan the event. RECLAIM are looking for volunteers to get involved, share knowledge and skills to make the first ever Moss Side food festival a huge success. RECLAIM will be meeting regularly and are looking for people to get involved.
Imagine being in Manchester during the Industrial Revolution, telling the tale of what it was really like to live and work during that time of great change. Sadly there aren’t records from the streets from this time – but our world today, with the blurring of lines between the physical, digital, and biological, is just as exciting.
We are looking for community film makers to tell the story of how their community, activity or organisation and the work being done there adds to the Spirit of Manchester.
Join the People’s History Museum and Wonder Women for a fabulous season of events celebrating the achievements of women.
Love talking about football and other sports? Chat, share memories and meet other older sports fans at this friendly Sporting Memories group at the National Football Museum. Sessions are free, with refreshments provided.
The sessions will be held on Mondays, 10:30am-12pm, fortnightly from 27 February 2017 at the National Football Museum, Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG.