Supported by the Arts Council, Global Link has set up a directory of artists whose work focuses specifically on the global dimension for schools and who have roots or links to the Global South (Africa, Asia and Latin America). Aimed at schools in the North West of England, the directory links schools with artists and supports workshops with information and funding.
Find out more about the project and how to get involved
Storytelling, craft, music and spoken word
Born in Zambia and based in Manchester, Chanje is a creative artist using multi-sensory African Storytelling for primary children. Chanje also crea...
Adisa Saburi Adebesin
Dance, arts, crafts, costume, drama, storytelling
Adisa worked in Nigeria as a teacher, visual artist and cultural administrator. He now lives in Manchester with his family.
Storytelling for performance, theatre, animation, screenwriting and documentary film making
Emmanuel is a Rwandan actor, writer and director living in Greater Manchester. He uses traditional and contemporary African and global stories to e...
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Global Link is a Development Education Centre (DEC) based in Lancaster. We run workshops, exhibitions, training and other events in schools, colleges and the wider community on issues such as diversity, human rights, community cohesion, refugees and immigration, fairtrade, climate change and sustainable development.