Migrants: The Story of Us All

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This powerful portrait—stark, eloquent, and utterly devoid of sentimentality—depicts the arduous, dangerous journeys of migrants all across the globe.

Migrants is an intensely powerful wordless picture book that captures the hope, courage and loss of a group of migrants. From the beginning of the 17th century when the first ships of the English East India Company set sail from London, tens of thousands of men from Britain ventured out to live an expat life in a country that was completely different to anything they had previously known.Over the past year, young people from across Lewisham have been designing exhibits responding to what migration means to them as part of Moving Stories: Lewisham , a creative competition we ran during Borough of Culture, supported by Landsec.

Aaron Wilkes and Shalina Patel discuss how effective teaching of migration can enrich your Key Stage 3 curriculum, with insights from Liberty Melly and Tia Shah from the learning team at the Migration Museum. As an avid reader interested in stories that shed light on the human experience, I was drawn to this book's exploration of some interesting topics. He has written or reviewed for a wide range of other publications including The Economist, The Quietus, Slightly Foxed, The Spectator, and The Times.We were told that the absence of a large screen was due to the Extinction Rebellion protests in Westminster Square. Staring at the wall and shrugging his shoulders, he sighs and says, "I am the oldest son and my responsibility is to support my family.

Sometimes that takes place within countries—think of the vast numbers of people who moved from China’s interior to the eastern seaboard as growth took off.The Global Compact for Migration is the first inter-governmental agreement to cover all dimensions of international migration in a holistic and comprehensive manner. This book serves as a poignant reminder of the shared struggles and resilience that define our common humanity. Journalist and author Gary Younge looks at how immigration is understood in the current age and what the consequences are in terms of migration, social anxiety and democracy.

 

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