• Bern O'Donoghue's Dead Reckoning at Tate Exchange

    Who Are We? at Tate Exchange examines place, inequality, citizenship, solidarities & the transformative power of art, 22-27 May. Read more

  • Delegates at Refugee Week Conference 2017

    Join us on 12 February for the Refugee Week Conference, a day of listening, learning and networking in preparation for the 20th birthday edition of Refugee Week (18-24 June 2018)

  • Bordlerline

    The 4th edition of our biennial Platforma Festival took place in Newcastle and across the North East between 19 – 31 October 2017. The festival featured performances, new commissions, workshops, screenings and discussions, bringing together a wide range of artists, activists, educators, advocates and other practitioners from across the UK and Europe. (Photo: Borderline by Jose Farinha)

  • This is my tent, installed at Selfridges Old Hotel, a space which they generously lent to the tent, out of kindness.

    “I was entranced by the refugees taking the trouble to plant beautiful flowers and bushes around their new homes”: Kate Daudy reflects on  ‘Am I My Brother’s Keeper?’, her new work made from a refugee tent


    In collaboration with b-side festival, we supported ‘Shahre Farang project by Iranian photographer Farhad Berahman, who re-creates a 19th century travelling peep box for UK audiences. Presented as part of The Festival of Learning at the Bournemouth University. More information here

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