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The Borderless Citizen Project – The intersection of art, leadership and global migration – November 18–20, 2019

The Borderless Citizen Project will explore human migration through the lens of the intersection of culture, leadership and public policy, and seek new solutions to long-standing problems. Artists, creative thinkers and policy makers are invited to respond and present on the themes of migration, including climate change, identity, inclusion and courage through a series of workshops, panel discussions and keynote addresses.

The Borderless Citizen Project, from Monday, November 18 to Wednesday, November 20, invites renowned artists working in theatre, dance, film, music and comedy to lead Art + Practice Workshops for emerging and experienced artists, curious academics, and citizens. They will review current research and practice through a series of art-based exercises and explorations and participants will be invited to contribute their observations, discoveries and reflections over the course of the sessions.

Presenting Partners

Co-produced by

British Council Harbourfront Centre

The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities who create friendly knowledge and understanding between the people of the UK and other countries. They do this by making a positive contribution to the UK and the countries we work with, changing lives by creating opportunities, building connections and engendering trust. For more information visit britishcouncil.ca.

In association with

Munk School

Media Partner

The Globe and Mail

Photography Exhibition Partner

Reuters
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