This interactive workshop explores texts related to migration and human rights, ranging from historical journeys through to multicultural books telling tales of migration from around the world. You will be invited to examine 20 carefully selected books and get involved in some creative responses.
Brought to you by students on the Masters in Children’s Literature and Literacies programme who study diverse literature from around the world. The group have been designing workshops for families and young people, celebrating books that break down borders and the power of storytelling in knowing who you are.
Limited space available | no booking required
Wheelchair accessible | situated on ground floor with ramp access