Posted by: alison-cullingford | October 28, 2011

Playing for Peace

Some exciting bits of news from our friends at the Peace Museum, which is also based in Bradford.

They will have access to great new spaces to work with young people, at the city’s new youth centre, Culture Fusion, located in a former mill on Thornton Road.  Culture Fusion opens officially tomorrow (Saturday 29 October).  The new spaces include a “peace pod” and classroom.  We wish both the Museum and Culture Fusion all the best and hope to work with both in future.

Playing for Peace is an awardwinning exhibition about the role of sport in bringing communities together, created by the Museum and Coventry University’s Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies (CPRS) and available for loan by schools and other non-profit groups.   It was launched in Coventry Cathedral a couple of weeks ago and of course fits in with the work of the Olympics and Paralympics in London 2012.

You can keep up with Peace Museum news via their newish twitter account.

 

 

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