INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY, 2016
To celebrate this year's International Women's Day, Isaro Social Integration Network hosted a free celebration event, featuring visiting speakers, health and beauty taster sessions and drama performances, lunch and refreshments.
The highlight of the event was the premier screening of 'Everyday People: Untold Stories, an oral history film written and created by Sue Morrison, Oral History Research & Training Consultancy. Profiling several participants from the 'Everyday People' oral history project, the film reveals much about the lives of migrants now living in Scotland. The film was rewarded with resounding and heartfelt applause from the 100+ strong audience!
The film (and a series of shorts adapted by Sue) will form an integral part of our mobile exhibition, which centres on the experiences and memories of migrants living in West Dunbartonshire and wider Glasgow.
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