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11th March 2016

By Haneen Azzam On the third floor of  Sutton House sits a beautiful handmade silk jacket once owned and worn by Sarah De St. Croix, a Huguenot refugee. The Huguenots fled from France in the 16th century and the Sutton House in Hackney was a welcome place of refuge. As part of the ‘Human Quest […]


By Kathryn Horak-Halett from Cardboard Cameras. About six months ago Cardboard Cameras was put in touch with Valeria Ragni at the Red Cross, whilst working on a whole-school art project in Southwark. Working with refugees and asylum-seekers is something we had always wanted to do, so we feel really lucky to be given the chance […]

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Knit For Peace is not just making warm clothes for refugees around the world, explains Deborah Mason, it also helps make important connections. Many have asked if the UK Government is doing enough about the refugee crisis, and I don’t have the answer to that, but I do know that alongside the aid agencies, refugee charities […]


What Design Can Do has teamed up with the UN Refugee Agency (UNCHR) and IKEA Foundation to launch a global design competition, which is now open for submissions. The What Design Can Do Refugee Challenge calls on designers, creative thinkers and imaginative trouble-shooters from all countries and disciplines to come up with ideas to improve […]


5th January 2016

Pod Collective, founded by Emily Hayes and Anna White, brings together arts practitioners who are committed to creating in-depth cohesive projects with vulnerable and often marginalised groups that have limited access to arts and culture. By using a diverse range of art skills including printing, photography, craft and embroidery, Pod Collective enables participants to learn […]

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