Editorials about under-represented communities
In the 19th century innovations in raised type made written words accessible to visually impaired readers.
Pride parades are a celebration of queerness, a protest against normativity, and a cry for equal rights.
Stories from museums, galleries, libraries and archives across Europe of refugees supported through art and activism.
The everyday lives of people from the African diaspora captured by photographers.
Explore a gallery with some of the most influential black musicians that made history
Throughout the history of Britain, renowned people of the African Diaspora have left their mark, shaping the country by making it face up to its role in slavery, colonial impact, perpetual discrimination and the white washing of its history.
June marks Pride month, commemorating the 1969 Stonewall riots which catalysed modern LGBTQ+ activism.
Tracing the history of Cork's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Communities from 1970s to 1990s
Discover Cork's rich history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
This gallery features depictions of disabilities in artworks across centuries
Well-known people from across Europe in the arts and sciences who were migrants or refugees.
In the early 18th century London was an eldorado for musicians, offering fame and fortune .
Pioneer of 20th century abstract art, Dutch artist Piet Mondrian lived in Paris, London and New York, with his art reflecting his migrations.
Exploring the enriching effects of migration, this exhibition shows how migration has changed the world - from fashion, arts, cities and societies.
Learning scenarios about Citizenship
Art, English, Philosophy, - Lower secondary, Upper secondary
English, Geography, History - Secondary school, Upper secondary
Adult education, English, History - VET
English, Language subjects - Primary school
Learning scenarios about Migration
History, Language, Language subjects - Upper secondary
Art, English, Language subjects, STEAM - Secondary school
English, Language subjects, - Primary school