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with King’s College London and the Public Data Lab

How are East and Southeast Asians (ESEA) in the UK represented on Wikipedia? This workshop will explore how people who identify with or are associated with the ESEA term can be involved in shaping Wikipedia pages about their communities, histories and cultures. At the event we will review, discuss and edit Wikipedia pages together. Participants will learn how to set up an account and edit Wikipedia.

with Ghost & John

You’re invited to an intimate hot pot gathering and inviting six female-identifying ESEA cultural workers to hear their personal lived experiences. The workshop will be facilitated by Ghost & John.

with Claire Chou Doran

This is a two-part participatory workshop series, designed and hosted by Claire Chou Doran, Senior Consultant at The Social Change Agency.

No prior knowledge or experience is required to attend these workshops.

with Ghost and John

This workshop was held in the summer of 2021, participated by active members of the UK ESEA community, and facilitated by our web design team Ghost & John. The Design Workshop was conducted to help us develop the design and function of the online community hub, and to create a website that is inclusive and representative of our community...

with Southeast and East Asian Centre (SEEAC)

SEEAC hosted a workshop on UK immigration pathways and employment rights (with focus on racism and discrimination at work) for East and Southeast Asian International Students in the summer of 2021...

with ESEA Community Leaders

A knowledge exchange workshop looking at the topic of media racialisation – discussing experiences of media representations of ESEAs in relation to COVID-19 and community responses to it, including how to respond to and reframe COVID racism against the ESEA community.

with King's College London, Moongate Productions, and City UoL

This project brings together creative practitioners of East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) descents and participants from the university and community. The participants will jointly research, develop and produce films, performances and plays that challenge anti-ESEA racism, which has seen an exponential surge since early 2020 because of the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.

with Angela YT Chan

Are you interested in East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) arts and culture in Britain?

Do you have knowledge about the use of ancient, traditional, modern or contemporary ESEA art forms in creative practice in Britain today?

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with ESEA Community Leaders

A knowledge exchange workshop looking at the topic of experiences of dealing with state authorities in the wake of COVID-19. The workshop has been inspired by Mariko Hayashi’s article on ‘Consultation Burnout’. As well as looking at issues raised by the article, we would like to ask how funding has shaped community responses.

with NewGen ESEA Activists

A knowledge exchange workshop, looking at the topic of community organising and ESEA activism in the time of Covid-19, discussing strategies of mobilising individuals and challenges of sustaining the movement.

with EVR

EVR are running a focus group with a diverse group of participants of ESEA backgrounds. The focus group will explore our community members’ experiences engaging with the media, and with shaping narratives around COVID-19 and racisms.

with Ghost & John

Ghost and John are facilitating a roundtable discussion with leaders in art, academics and business who are working in racial justice issues. The discussion focuses on the current barriers for inter-racial solidarity at activisms in the UK and art and cultural strategies to overcome.

with Scott Wark

What has it really meant to be ESEA and to build ESEA community in Covid times? What experiences, moments, events, connections, or memories define ESEA organising during the pandemic? How might we begin to build a collective narrative of this period?

with Ghost and John

This is an interactive and participatory workshop designed to delve into the unique experiences of ESEA students in UK universities. Together, we will embark on a collective journey, discovering the joys and challenges we've encountered along the way. This is an opportunity to share our stories and learn from one another.

with Remember & Resist

This is a two-part online participatory workshop series, hosted and designed by Remember & Resist. These workshops are for East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) people to strategise together in the wake of heightened racism during the Covid pandemic...

with Moongate Productions

We have partnered with Moongate Productions for 2 workshop sessions investigating and exploring the role of music in diaspora communities as a form of self-care fostering a sense of comfort, an anchor for identity, and a connector to their heritage...

with Moongate Productions

Spring Festival, or Lunar New Year, has become 'Chinese New Year' in Britain's media. But what does it mean to diverse East and Southeast Asian communities?

with Moongate Productions

This event showcases performances of songs from superlative East & Southeast Asian musical theatre talent plus continues the thought-provoking and energising discussion on diversity and the place of Asian creatives in musical theatre.

with Breakwater of Youngsook Choi & Taey Iohe

Breakwater of Youngsook Choi & Taey Iohe is a collective duo of Korean Diaspora Artists. They will be facilitating 2 workshop sessions for our project, utilising some of the elements of their Becoming Forest project, a solidarity healing practice, and customising it for East and Southeast Asian community leaders. These workshops will focus on bringing community leaders together through sharing stories...

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