In this session, activist and Glasgow Girl, Roza Salih will lead a workshop on the voting rights of migrants in Scotland, making processes of political representation accessible for those who have not previously been able to vote.
Glasgow Museums has opened this space up as an alternate site of representation for migrants who are currently ineligible to vote, yet would like to have a voice in a public space. Attendees are invited to nominate objects to help to represent experiences and processes of migration for a future museum collection.
There will be a light lunch provided for all who attend.
- Hearing Loop
- Wheelchairs or mobility aids provided
- Level access from entrance to reception
- Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- Large print, braille or audio
- Accessible parking or drop-off point
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Lift or stairlift
- Access guide
- Accessible toilets
- Level Access
The full access statement for Kelvingrove Museum can be found here.