Migration Network: South-West England and Wales
About this Event
The Migration Network is a knowledge-sharing network bringing together organisations from across the UK heritage sector and beyond. The Network aims to facilitate dialogue and increase confidence about working on migration themes, share knowledge and examples of best practice and to highlight hidden or lesser-explored stories across collections. The Network is staging a series of regionally focused events with partners across the UK in 2021. These events are open to all and aim to bring people together to share best practice and learn from each other.
This online event on 22nd April is for the South-West and Wales, it is co-hosted with Bristol Culture and Creative Industries, and will be a mixture of case studies, discussion groups and networking opportunities.
There will be 3 case studies in the morning, a networking opportunity and then your choice of 5 discussion groups in the afternoon. They have a great range of content confirmed from museums and organisations in Cornwall, Swansea, Bristol, Cardiff, Tenby, Somerset, and Plymouth.
How to Book
The Network will be in touch to ask you to give your preferences for the afternoon discussion group once you have registered via Eventbrite HERE
This event is open to all but most relevant for those working across South-West England and Wales. They understand that it may be a challenge to commit to nearly a whole day online (albeit with generous breaks!) and appreciate that you might need to drop in and out during the day. So please sign up and join for the sessions that you are able to.
For more information about the Migration Network and to find out about the other regional events visit: https://www.migrationmuseum.org/network/ and use #MigrationNetwork to join the discussions on social media.
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