Press articles

VOA Africa: recent story on ARTconnects and our new film on Voice of America

Arts Council England Case Study: Salma Zulfiqar – combatting isolation with creativity

CNN arabic: news video featuring ARTconnects™

GLOBAL CITIZEN: 7 Artworks From Refugee Women in Isolation During Lockdown in Britain and Beyond

UNHCR: UK art therapy group moves online to support refugees in lockdown

Kefalonia Press: Covid Solidarity painting revisits Turner’s ‘Slave’s Ship’

UNHCR: Video from the Global Refugee Forum 2019

BBC News: Art workshops held to support refugees during lockdown

Gucci's CHIME FOR CHANGE: We are Searching for Life: Stories and Reflections from Migrants and Refugees

euronews: "Estamos buscando la vida": una poesía para contar una historia de migrantes de manera diferente

Salma speaks to Skynews about the short film she created with refugees 'We Are Searching for Life' and about The Migration Project

Rueters Factbox: Eight artists spotlighting the human cost of migration

Salma speaks to Skynews about The Migration Blanket project at the Venice Biennale 2019

RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce): CELEBRATING MIGRATION

Salma Zulfiqar FRSA explains the importance of migration and shares her work at the Migration Project.

The Independent: How an exhibition is exploring the struggles, hopes and dreams of refugee and migrant women through art

Exhibition: The Migration Blanket | Platforma

Created by Refugee & Migrant Women with Salma Zulfiqar

The Power of Creativity | Platforma

Platforma Festival introduction

International Humanitarian City

Afghanistan Revisited

Greek Reporter - Europe

4th national Platforma Festival

sister-hood digital magazine

ARTconnects: Empowering women and communities

Media coverage - Migration Peace Conference - Kefalonia Greece 2018

Media coverage - The Migration Blanket: Library of Birmingham

Media coverage - Building Peace Through the Oceans: Library of Birmingham 28th July - 30th Sept 2017

Media coverage - Empowering Migrant Women: Library of Birmingham - 23rd Sept 2017