Join us as we celebrate everything we have achieved in the first phase of the Our Rights, Our Communities project this year with ‘Our Stories’ exhibition: from 11th to 16th November in The Deep End, 21 Nithsdale St.
Refugees, asylum seeking and migrant women used painting, crocheting, crafting and other creative skills to express themselves, whilst discussing issues of advocacy they face on a daily basis and developing peer-advocacy skills.
Join us during this week to hear their stories of strength, and how New Scots women are bringing this to Scotland as they rebuild their lives, contributing towards making Scotland stronger.
These and future artworks will also be shared on social media, disseminating New Scots women’s voices and stories as they develop confidence and a sense of belonging, and search for community solidarity for their Human Rights.
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The exhibition is free to attend and will be hosted at the Deep End, 21 Nithsdale Street, Glasgow, G41 2PZ. The exhibition will open on the 11th of November with an opening night from 6 to 8pm to celebrate its launch, with catering provided. It will be open on the weekend of 12th and 13th from 12am-4pm and on the 14th- 16th from 12pm to 6pm.
These and future artworks will also be shared on social media, disseminating New Scots women’s voices and stories as they develop confidence and a sense of belonging in Scotland.