We Make Camden
You are invited to join us to celebrate the diversity and strength of the communities in Camden. The event will bring together residents, community groups, businesses, schools and staff to discuss how we can work together to unite our neighbourhoods in the week we're due to leave the EU.
The conference will celebrate the strength of the Camden community and explore how we can tackle potential issues head on and deliver a clear message that promotes Camden as a place that embeds social integration.
We will provide a platform to develop new ideas and actions to make sure Camden continues to offer refuge for everyone during challenging times. A series of workshops and performances will highlight the common themes that bind us together; showcasing and celebrating our diverse communities.
Together, we aim to create a whole new raft of initiatives to instil a sense of belonging and a united Camden. We will bring resources, we just need your energy and ideas!
Compered by Councillor Hai, performers and speakers include:
Amies Freedom Choir: Pan Intercultural Arts presents young women from diverse and difficult backgrounds performing songs from each others' cultures and languages
Fortune: Pan Intercultural Arts presents spoken word from Camden young people, many of whom have arrived recently from very difficul situations around the world
Faye Hamilton: Local resident, singer, comedian and actor
The Phoenix Collective: Irish music from the original West End cast members of Once the Musical
Banglar Shur: local Bangladeshi musicians and vocal act
Kunle Olulode: Director of Voice4Change and former Convener of Camden Black Workers Group
Small Green Shoots: Performance from local youth-led arts charity
More to be announced
Share your story:
We are encouraging you to share your experiences, memories, hopes, journeys and reflections about your time in the borough. We hope these stories will create a shared sense of pride and build a picture of the people that have helped to shape our borough and communities.
Share your stories and photos with us on our social media below.
If you are d/Deaf and or hard of hearing and require the use of a BSL interpreter, Speech to Text Reporter or other communication support to take part please let us know.
If you require any other assistance to enable you to take part please do let us know in advance
This venue is completely wheelchair accessible.