Our aim is to bring diverse communities together, give people from different backgrounds, ages and cultures an opportunity to meet, have fun and learn from each other. We run these workshops in various contexts and places nationally and internationally.
Our main focus is to help the integration of marginalised communities within the local populations and in particular refugees communities.
We also offer some workshops to help address issues relatives to diversity in the workspace.
Since 2016, we run weekly workshops in London. Our new home is The Globe Theatre, get in touch if you want to take part and scroll down for dates and details! (We are also on Zoom!)
"I'm so happy I found this community. I wanted to do some activities with refugee people but the only option was for me to be a volunteer in a workshop for refugees. It's not the same. I didn't want to help them, I wanted to meet and have fun together. Thank you Together Workshops!" Margarita.
CONNECTING & HAVING FUN
"The family atmosphere you created regardless of age and culture was superb and so precious in our region affected by political tensions. Thank you."
Cian. Mardin - Turkey - Together Workshops with Turkish, Kurdish and Syrian people
... AND A SENSE OF COMMUNITY
"I hope you reach many people and create more togetherness. Games are so much more than just games." Amar. Syrian Refugee - Turkey.
Next Together workshops
The Together Workshops are Hosted by The Globe Theatre and will resume when The Globe will reopen.
In the meantime you can find us on Zoom every Sunday 4.30 -6pm
TOGETHER WORKSHOPS IN THE WORKPLACE
Why have a Together Workshop in your company?
The world's increasing globalization requires more interaction among people from diverse backgrounds and companies need to find ways to adapt to multicultural work environment.
But managing diversity is more than simply acknowledging differences in people. It involves recognizing the value of differences, combating discrimination, and promoting inclusiveness.
Our workshops will help you achieve that as well as find new creative approaches to management where people will feel heard, valued and respected.
ORGANISATIONS WHO HOSTED A TOGETHER WORKSHOP
British Red Cross
Clown Without Borders
Kings College Language Acts Department
St Ethelburga's Centre for Reconciliation and Peace
MigrationMatters Festival (Sheffield)
leisure Studies Association (Bournmouth)
Hastings Supports Refugees (Hastings)
Leading Women's Association (Kiziltepe - Turquie)
Mardin International Theatre Festival (Mardin - Turquie)
Ellisphere (Lyon - France)