Curating Development

Around the world, people, mainly women, leave their home place in lower income countries to take care of people and look after other people’s homes in higher income countries. 

This project investigates one group of migrant care workers, women from the Philippines, who live and work in London and Hong Kong, two important destinations for Filipino migrant care and domestic workers. 

Our aim is to use art events and public exhibitions to increase migrant welfare in the places they live and work and enhance the benefits of migration for themselves, their families and their home country.

Kasambahay: Potraits and Testaments of Longing and Struggle

A multimedia exhibition on the plight of migrant domestic workers.

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Leadership and Public Speaking Training

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