Series: Youth Events

An ongoing series of activities aimed at young people looking at the wider issues around poetry, translation and decolonisation.

Events from Youth Events

Deptford and Decolonisation with Lola Olufemi Passed

Deptford and Decolonisation with Lola Olufemi

Join campaigner and journalist Lola Olufemi for an afternoon unpicking the ideas and history of ‘Decolonisation’ and looking at practical steps to bring positive change to Deptford.

Poetry Translation Centre
The Albany
Douglas Way
London
SE8 4AG
Polylingual Open Mic: Poetry from every language Passed

Polylingual Open Mic: Poetry from every language

Share poetry from any or many languages at the PTC’s first Polylingual Open Mic, the stage is open to anyone to read poems in the language or languages of their choice.

Poetry Translation Centre
The Albany
Douglas Way
London
SE8 4AG
CANCELLED - Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 1 Passed

CANCELLED - Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 1

Help Wikipedia break out from anglophone bias & learn online activism skills. Part 1: learn the skills needed to edit Wikipedia and choose poets to research.

Unfortunately, his event has been cancelled. There is another Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop session scheduled for 18 January 2020. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Poetry Translation Centre
The Albany
Douglas Way
London
SE8 4AG
Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 2 Passed

Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop Part 2

Our second Wikipedia Break-Out Workshop. Help burst the internet’s anglophone bubble. Part 2: Leaping into action: adding new wiki pages about international poets.

The Albany
The Albany
Douglas Way
London
SE8 4AG
Pizza & Poetry Workshop Passed

Pizza & Poetry Workshop

As part of their Refugee Awareness Week, The Goldsmith STAR Society hosts a pizza fuled workshop looking at the poem ‘Catastrophe’ by the Somali poet Weedhsame.

Mughead Coffee
359 New Cross Road,
London
SE14 6AT
Refugee Awareness Week Exhibition & Open Mic 2020 Passed

Refugee Awareness Week Exhibition & Open Mic 2020

Goldsmiths STAR Society and Goldsmiths English PEN Society host this open mic and exhibition of work responding to the poem ‘Catastrophe’ by Somali poet Weedhsame.

The New Cross House
316 New Cross Road
London
SE14 6AF