Here are a selection of projects and activities that happened during this year’s programme…

Africva Oye stall with Anna one of the many volunteers;

Flashmob outside our good old friend St. Luke’s Church in town to kick off with including Hope Street Ltd performers and Liverpool Socialist Singers;

The Boat by Ehsan and Jonathan at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital for a month long installation;

Month long exhibition about migration, refugees and visual spaces in Toxteth by social sciences researchers at Edge Hill Uni held at the Black-E;

BBC Radio Merseyside interview with Nesrin and family talking about their Creative Cafe Syrian food event;

Liverpool Asylum Seeker and Refugee event;

Exhibition for a full month in News From Nowehere Radical Bookshop window of a range of artists including Kurdish Syrian born Nairouz Hasbah, Photographers Howard Davies and Samuel Ivin and local refugee group Pod Collective;

Workshops at St. Finbar’s School, Dingle with Photographer Howard Davies, Kurdish Syrian artist Rania and workshops support Nesrin and Ghena;

One Latin Culture’s Creative Cafe event;

Sizzle Stand Up & Song Careative Cafe event at St. Bride’s Church by ZEST;

Month long online exhibition by Rania investigating the physical landscape changes in Syria since the war;

Performance by Hope Street Limited ‘TENT’;

Month long Tweet Poetry project by volunteers at SOLA ARTS and SOLA’s weekly drop-in art group for people from refugee backgrounds and the wider community¬† to share and connect through creativity;

MRANG’s Creative Cafe Language & Food Sharing event;

Wonderful womanhood in diversity project by Moving On With Life & Learning and SOLA ARTS;

MPower People Arts Workshop;

And the final event at the wonderful Grapes Cafe with Squash Nutrition and lots of lovely people;

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