a mile in my shoes – migration
On 8th February we are opening a new version of A Mile in My Shoes at the Migration Museum in London. This themed exhibit brings together a new collection of audio stories shared by refugees and migrants who have made London their home, from a Syrian dentist to a Nigerian barber.
Come and walk a mile in someone else’s shoes –literally– while listening to their story and don’t miss this opportunity to experience A Mile in My Shoes back in London for just three weeks. Admission is free and no booking is required for individual visits. Group visits are welcomed – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Listen to the trailer here:
Free admission (Recommended ages: 14+)
We are collaborating on a long-term project with The Health Foundation to create a unique version of A Mile in My Shoes to highlight the experiences of people working in a range of roles in health and social care across the UK. We launched this at the NHS Confederation Conference last year and have shown it at Expo, the RSA and in the Houses of Parliament. You can listen to the stories on the Health Foundation’s A Mile in My Shoes digital platform here. We will continue to tour the A Mile in My Shoes Health and Social Care throughout 2017.