Youth and Educational Programs

Successful "Strangers and Canaries" Workshops

The week of Strangers and Canaries workshops creative writing workshops in schools across Norfolk was a real success. Workshop leaders Gervais Kouloungou, Molly Naylor, Sarah Bower and Asmeron had a great week with young people.

Workshops underway in Norwich

Between the 4th and the 8th of October, we will be working with 1231 students schools across Norfolk to deliver creative writing sessions that explore issues faced by asylum seekers and refugees.

Great Refugee Week events coming up in Norwich

Next week, Refugee Week is on in Norwich, and Shahrazad takes part with several events. Refugee Week is a unique opportunity to discover and celebrate the contributions refugees bring to the UK, and this time Shahrazad offers Digital Stories exhibitions, a poetic search for Europe's soul, and a library that lends out humans!

 

Creative Writing Workshops Spark New Writing Circle

We are happy to present an unexpected outcome of our creative writing workshops in Frankfurt: The participants of the Spanish groups decided to continue their teamwork and founded their own circle of writers: Dámaso y los demás.

Norwich Students Write Letters to Europe

In February Writers Centre Norwich organised for over 200 students at schools across Norfolk to work with a professional writer and a refugee to compose a series of Letters to Europe. These missives from the young people of the UK to their counterparts in Europe form part of an international conversation about the future of Europe, and the hopes and dreams young people harbour for it.

Young Students work on Letters to Europe in Norfolk

Between 22nd and 25th February, as part of the Shahrazad project, over 200 students at schools across Norfolk will be working with a professional writer and a refugee to compose a series of Letters to Europe. These missives from the young people of the UK to their counterparts in Europe will form part of the international conversation about the future of Europe, and the hopes and dreams young people harbour for it.


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