MIN’s new publication ‘The Sea of Paperwork’ is a story of migration by young people for young people, created through a collaboration between Maryhill Integration Network, conFAB, writer Pinar Aksu, artist Garry Mac and children & young people from across Glasgow. The book is now available for free from our Office or copies can be ordered via our Publications page for a donation of £5 per copy (plus p&p).
Launched during Refugee Festival Scotland 2019 ‘Under the Jasmine Tree’ is an animation created by Saint Fillan’s Primary School pupils, based on an original poem written by Glasgow-based Syrian poet and MIN Volunteer Saffanna. The children collaborated with Maryhill Integration Network and Media Co-op on this wonderful project that we are very pleased to share with you.
It’s our Refugee Festival Scotland event on Wednesday 26th June 2019. Join us for a fun evening of art, music, dance and celebration!
MIN are taking part in a number of events during Refugee Festival Scotland again this year, for more information on all the events taking place over the Festival check out the Refugee Festival Scotland website or to find out more and sign up to our individual events visit our Events page on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you there!
MIN’s Joyous Choir were the subject of this wonderful video made by students from the 2019 Documentary Production Course at the University of Stirling. We think the video gives great insight into the individual stories of members of the Choir and how being part of the Choir helps them to have a sense of belonging. You can catch the next Joyous Choir performance in Maryhill Park on Sunday 9th June at the Friends of Maryhill Park Summer Fair.