Archives for the month of: June, 2014


Mapping Church Street

Wednesday 18 June, 12 –4pm

Pitch 505, Church Street Market

Free, no booking required

  Join students and researchers from the London College of Communications as they present projects developed as part of their residency with the Edgware Road Project.  Led by artists Jackson Lam, Sophie Demay, Timothy Metcalf and Sarah Temple the projects were developed as part of a module on the BA Graphic & Media Design where students spent six weeks working closely with market stall holders, drop-in centres and residents of Church Street.

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Sunday 15 June – Old Palace Yard, Westminster, 2-5pm


Implicated Theatre work with members of Justice 4 Domestic Workers to create a theatre intervention about the injustices that migrant domestic workers face and their struggle against recent visa legislation. Highlighting issues faced by some of the most vulnerable workers in society, the intervention is part of a rally for migrant domestic workers that will take place in front of the Houses of Parliament.

  Implicated Theatre has been working together since October 2011 in a series of intensive theatre workshops, performances and research at the Serpentine Galleries’ Centre for Possible Studies. Instigated through a collaboration with artists from and working with theatre director Frances Rifkin, the experimental workshops explore the relationships between political speech and action, the self and the collective, voice and silence. With close relationships with the Migrants Resource Centre and other migrants rights groups and unions such as the Latin American Workers Association and Justice 4 Domestic Workers, Implicated Theatre, create theatrical interventions that address key issues that migrants in London face.

  Justice for Domestic Workers (J4DW) was established in 2009 and is supported by Unite the Union. It is an organisation of migrant domestic workers who work in private houses in the UK, and is active in campaigning to restore and improve the rights for domestic workers and for making domestic work visible in society. J4DW are the only organisation that is run for and by domestic workers and believe that in order to secure their rights they must educate and mobilise themselves and build links with those who can support us.Marissa Begonia, coordinator of Justice for Domestic Workers was involved in the ILO C189, ‘Decent Work for Domestic Workers’ negotiations at the invitation of TUC, Unite the Union and other campaigns involving J4DW.


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