Posts Tagged: Undocumented Youth

LIVING ARCHIVES, CREATIVE STORYTELLING AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

July 7, 2014

COUNTERPOINTS ARTS PLAYS LEADING ROLE IN DEVELOPING AND BUILDING NEWLY LAUNCHED WEBSITE – BIG JOURNEYS UNTOLD STORIES ‘Separated youth’, ‘unaccompanied minors’, ‘unaccompanied alien children’, ‘unaccompanied migrant children’ – frequently used, often interchangeable terms describing young migrants travelling alone under the age of 18.  It’s a growing global phenomenon writes Amanda Levinson for the Migration Policy Institute, […]

5 Youth & Creative Arts Projects – Contributing to Migration Debate

February 25, 2013

Imaginative, brave and feisty storytelling is at the heart of these five initiatives, where young people lead the way in challenging broken immigration and social policy and use their collective agency to steer public conversations towards youth oriented perspectives stemming from diverse, and deeply personal experiences. We encourage you to look, listen and take note […]