January 2015 sees the launch of the new project ‘Many Faces, One City’ in Birmingham
The project will run a series of training sessions in writing articles, conducting interviews, taking photos, making videos, using social media platforms. Together participants will put these new skills into practice and produce ten stories of migrants through photos, videos and articles. The stories will capture the many dimensions of migration including diversity, integration, anti-xenophobic messages, equality, home and community.
The aim of ‘Many Faces, One City’ is to celebrate the contribution of migrants to life in Birmingham in order to promote dialogue and a greater sense of community cohesion. The project is funded by Awards for All England.