Exhibition: Volunteering, Displacement and Livelihoods, Photographs by Young Refugees in Uganda
The photographs featuring in this exhibition are taken by young refugees and capture their experiences of volunteering and everyday life.
Professor Sarah Mills (School of Social Sciences and Humanities) has been part of a wider international research team focusing on the kinds of voluntary labour practiced by young refugees and related themes via the Refugee Youth Volunteering Uganda (RYVU) project.
Find out more about the RYVU project.
This exhibition is part of World Refugee Week (19-25 June 2023), the world’s largest arts and culture festival celebrating the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees and people seeking sanctuary. To coincide with World Refugee Day, Professor Sarah Mills will give a talk, followed by a tour of the exhibition.
Book your place for the exhibition talk.
There is step-free access into the exhibition space via a ramp and side door. During opening hours, there will be an invigilator on duty in the gallery. If you require their assistance, then please alert them on arrival by calling to them or waving at them – the entrance to the gallery is fully glazed and the main entrance door should be open.
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