Climate change, inequality and poverty are three of the greatest challenges facing our world.
Every country in the world has committed to delivering Global Goals which aim to end poverty, inequality and climate chaos by 2030.
We can achieve these goals by engaging our community at all levels from grassroots and businesses to our government.
The Global Goals Centre in Bristol UK will be the world’s first immersive Centre which brings to life the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Global Goals) for all to see and experience first-hand. From school groups to local community organisations, members of small co-operatives to employees of multi-nationals – all will benefit. Help us to make it a reality.
To create exciting, engaging projects and resources to educate, inspire and motivate young people and the public to take action to help reach the Global Goals - the world’s plan to create a cleaner, fairer future for all.
Harnessing the power of exciting visual and audio technology and storytelling enables us to bring in new audiences, and make a lasting and beneficial impact on behaviour and attitudes to drive systemic change.
Why we're raising money
In response to increasing media focus on migrants coming to the UK, as well as the Black Lives Matter movement and the toppling of the Colston statue in Bristol, which brought racial equality to the fore, we are working with Bristol Refugee Rights to create Refugee Voices.
We want to engage the public and school children with the stories, cultures and contributions of refugees and asylum seekers through direct cultural exchange (workshops), video and audio content, and a physical immersive experience. As we see increasing numbers of refugees arriving in our city from Afghanistan and beyond, what kind of a welcome will they receive? We aim to challenge misconceptions and celebrate diversity together.
Through partner organisations such as Bristol Refugee Rights, Community Kitchen and City of Sanctuary we have recruited artists with lived experience of migration to produce the content.
£10 pays expenses for a Refugee creative to travel to a school
£50 pays for a workshop to be delivered in aschool for young people to explore migration and asylum with a refugee livingin Bristol.
We are excited to create this immersive experience and hope to share it in schools and community centres across the city. That's where you come in! Donating to this project enables us to take this project far and wide and engage many more people in the conversation.