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Human rights watching

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns in March with 16 documentaries that grapple with the challenges of defending human rights around the world today.
from Human Rights Watch on Feb 25, 2017.

Weapons system used to make artwork about refugees

An advanced new weapons systems has been used to create an artwork about the refugee crisis unfolding off the coast of Libya, in Syria, the Sahara, the Persian Gulf, and elswhere.
from Barbican Centre on Feb 11, 2017.

Nigeria: 'You have to destroy the old to create something new”

Conservatives rule over Nigeria, the biggest economy on the continent. What if the people wanted something different? What if they got it?
from Arcola Theatre on Jan 15, 2017.

'This is the forest'

Photographer Gideon Mendel has created a powerful installation using objects he gathered during visits to the 'Jungle' refugee camp in Calais.
from Autograph ABP on Jan 12, 2017.

Breathing space

What collective action can we take to make our cities less congested, cleaner and more energy efficient?
from Somerset House on Jan 10, 2017.

People power: fighting for peace

Explore the evolution of anti-war protest from the First World War to the present day.
from Imperial War Museum on Jan 1, 2017.

Be Vigilant, Beware, There Could Be Terrorists Anywhere

Iraqi fugitive Kuhel Khalid offers a patchwork of memories from Iraq, in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, and how his sense of self was subverted by a new Western stigma: terrorist.
from Cockpit on Dec 28, 2016.

Close up and personal

A newly arrived woman from Sudan is placed in cramped temporary accommodation.with two other families. Strangers. Forced together. No space is personal.
from National Theatre on Dec 6, 2016.

Calais migrant play The Jungle being developed at National Theatre

A new play about the Calais ‘jungle’ refugee camp is in development at the National Theatre.
from The Stage on Dec 6, 2016.

Theatre is ‘hideously white’, says Andrew Lloyd Webber report

UK theatre industry as “hideously white”, says a new diversity report commissioned by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
from The Stage on Dec 6, 2016.