About the project

Public history is a method of historical research and presentation that involves collaboration between historians, educators and the wider public. It emphasises the importance of storytelling and personal experiences, rather than just facts and dates, to create a more inclusive and diverse understanding of history. In Voices of Migration, public history is a tool to promote intercultural understanding and inclusion for migrant youth. By collecting stories from young migrants through innovative methods such as crowdsourcing, participatory archiving, digital storytelling and interactive exhibitions the project will provide a platform for sharing personal experiences, promoting empathy, understanding and inclusivity.


Uniting hearts and minds through captivating narratives. Our project embraces the power of public history to share the personal experiences of young migrants, fostering empathy, understanding, and inclusivity for a brighter and more interconnected future. The main objectives of the project:
• Collect and curate personal stories of young migrants, showcasing their experiences, challenges, and successes to promote empathy and understanding.
• Upskill youth migrants through intercultural training, empowering them to share their stories and fostering intercultural understanding.
• Develop educational resources for youth workers to promote the role of public history in fostering inclusion and understanding among young migrants.
• Organise inclusive local festivals to promote intercultural dialogue and understanding.
• Create an interactive digital exhibition to reach a wider audience and raise awareness about the impact of migration and conflict on individual lives.
• Promote inclusion and diversity in education by preserving and sharing the stories of young migrants and refugees.
• Equip youth workers with the necessary skills to support diverse groups of young people and contribute to the modernisation of the youth education system.


Voices of Migration engages in a variety of impactful activities, including:
• Collecting personal stories of young migrants through innovative public history methods;
• Creating an interactive digital exhibition to raise awareness about migration’s impact;
• Providing intercultural training for youth migrants, promoting understanding and inclusion;
• Developing educational resources for youth workers to utilise public history effectively;
• Organising inclusive local festivals for intercultural dialogue and understanding;
• Supporting migrants and refugees, promoting empathy in the wider community.



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