Hallmarks at Home – Working with global communities – FULLY BOOKED

What is ethical engagement?

How can museums better engage with global majority communities?

Join us at a thought-provoking and approachable session to explore these questions and more.

We’ll look at how Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre & Education Trust builds its relationships with global majority communities through its archive work. We’ll consider the principles and practicalities of ethical engagement work and reflect on how we can ensure our work is ethical and respectful. Together we’ll share our approaches, questions and experiences.

11am – 12.45pm Wednesday 6 July. Exclusively for AIM member museums, 10 places available.


New Stories New Audiences

AIM’s New Stories New Audiences grants are now open for applications (closing date 31 October 2022). If you’re thinking of making a New Stories New Audiences application, we’d highly recommend attending this event as you’ll find it useful to inform your application.

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