The Refugee Festival Scotland 2018 programme is out now and MIN are hosting and taking part in a number of events over the Festival as usual including ‘Knitting a Community’ with Knit for Unity: Across the Globe on Monday 18th June, our Family Nest Syrian Families Group community event ‘Blossoming Youth Friendships’ on Wednesday 20th June and presenting objects at St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art for the ‘New Scots Museum Display’ launch on Thursday 21st June.
For more details on the events and exhibition click on the links below:
Knitting a Community
Blossoming Youth Friendships
New Scots Museum Display
Come along to our new project with the Ayawara Dance Ensemble who will be running a Music Group at MIN in the lead up to performances at Refugee Festival Scotland. Learn or play your own instruments, meet people and have fun!
A very touching film made by University of Stirling Documentary Production course students that features stories of destitution and how MIN and others support those facing it.
Welcome Home from Stirling University Production on Vimeo.
Join MIN’s Joyous Choir as they peform at the Take Me Somewhere event as part of the Museum of the Moon. This is a free event and details of where to book are on the flyer below.
MIN is delighted and honoured to have received the Community Project of the Year – Active Life Award at the Scottish Ethnic Minority Sports Association Sport and Community Awards on Friday 6th April 2018.
MIN Staff, Board Members and Volunteers at SEMSA Awards evening