BELGIQUE - Red Star Line Museum Book your ticket Would you like to visit the museum during the weekend? Reservations are required.Tip: Visit the museum in the off-peak hours on weekdays between 12 am and 1.30 pm Address Red Star Line Museum MuseumMontevideostraat 32000 AntwerpBelgiumtel. +32 3 298 27 firstname.lastname@example.org Children of the Migration - Television Skip to content Register Registering with NZ On Screen means you can: save favourites comment on and discuss titles receive updates via email about what's happening in the site – if you want to
Activities - Xpeditions @ nationalgeographic.com Your Mission Capture your community with a camera! Take pictures that tell the story of your community's cultural heritage and the story of human migration that is unique to your area. Visit Geography Action! and The Genographic Project to find out more about human migration. NORVEGE - Det norske Utvandrersenteret The Norwegian Emigration Center: Does genealogy work for all of NorwayGives you tips on internet - sourcesArranges genealogy - coursesActs as a contact liason between families in Norway and the USA A tale of two brothers Lesbos, Greece Ali, 17 years old: I’m on my own except for my brother. I worry about him a lot. If I didn’t care so much about him, I wouldn’t have brought him with me. Our parents raised him and took care of him but now I’m the one who has to look after him.
Positive Images The Positive Images toolkit is an educational resource for teachers, youth workers and other educators to teach young people about migration and development. The toolkit includes ten innovative educational activities for young people aged 12 and over. It also includes a wealth of activities and case studies of actions, enabling young people through their community to make a difference to global issues. The toolkit incorporates four short films based on the stories of contemporary migrants and supporting powerpoint presentations. Complete toolkit Download the complete Positive Images toolkit here or download individual sections of the resource below.
SUEDE - Multicultural centre - Mångkulturellt centrum The Multicultural Centre works for a society where diversity is reflected in the national image and in which migration-related phenomena are naturally included in the Swedish heritage. Our research profile is multidisciplinary, with an emphasis on an ethnographic approach. Main focus The Multicultural Centre is a forum and a meeting place for research and artistic expression relating to migration and social and cultural diversity. We develop and disseminate knowledge about social and cultural factors that facilitate the creation of a long-term sustainable society. The vision is that our activities will become well-known and in demand both in and outside Botkyrka.
European Migration: 08/09/2015, Behind the News We're taking you to Europe where right now more than a hundred thousand asylum seekers are arriving each month. Here's Emma to take a closer look at this issue and some of the kids that are caught up in it. EMMA DAVIS, REPORTER: This sight is becoming very common in a lot of European countries. Tens of thousands of asylum seekers, travelling across borders, desperate for a new home. 15-year old Jehad is one of them. He used to live in Syria before he left his home behind. JEHAD: I remember my cousin, my grandmother, grandfather and all my people from my family.
LIBAN - Lebanese Emigration Museum The Lebanon Migration Nucleus Museum provides a window into the historical and contemporary experience of emigrants to very different parts of the globe. Photographs, artwork, documents, and a variety of cultural items lend colour and personal detail to the stories of communities and families in the diaspora. Rare items are displayed from the LERC Archives, the Lebanese National Archives, and private collections. The museum, with glass walls granting a spectacular panoramic view of Mount Lebanon, is a place that protects, preserves and presents a growing collection dedicated to the Lebanese emigrant. unesco.org - UNESCO-IOM Migration Museums Initiative UNESCO-IOM Migration Museums Initiative The current trend in the development of ‘migration museums’, named differently worldwide, is an interesting phenomenon, as it may contribute to the creation of a new and multiple identity, at an individual and collective level. Like the United States with Ellis Island, Australia, Canada, and more recently the European countries – e.g. France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom – have been creating such venues to facilitate transmission between generations as well as encounters between migrants and the host populations, by telling their personal story. While these initiatives also serve the duty to remember, they seem to have three main objectives: acknowledge, integrate and build awareness. Acknowledge: The contributions made by migrants to their host societies; the diversity and wealth of the origin cultures and; the right to a dual-belonging.