Migration UK ADMIN February 27, 2014
The Migration Museum Project may feature pictures from this group in its touring '100 images' exhibition, on www.migrationmuseum.org and in its publications. By posting your pictures here you (a) acknowledge that you have created the pictures or have permission to do so; and (b) grant the MMP a non-exclusive, worldwide, free licence to publish your pictures as described. Copyright resides with you, and you may re-use your pictures however you wish. You will be credited if we use your pictures.
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|Standing Up for One's Rights - Migrants' Party||remigijus_siauciunas||0||remigijus_siauciunas||3 years ago|
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Group DescriptionContribute your images here and help us grow the Migration Museum Project's online collection!
The images in this group were submitted for a competition that the Migration Museum Project ran in combination with the Guardian (details of the competition are given below). We'd like you to post images that say something to you about what migration (into, out of and within this country) means to you – and to add some text that explains what the image signifies for you.
The origins of this group
The Migration Museum Project was launched in 2011 to establish a UK Migration Museum.
To mark the launch of the bid, the organisers launched a competition, 100 images of migration, which asked people to share pictures they had that said something about migration to, from or within the UK. These images could be photographs, paintings or other artwork. In collaboration with the Guardian, we asked people to upload their images here, and then add them to this group.
A panel of judges – including former Labour immigration minister Barbara Roche, actor and writer Kwame Kwei-Armah, the Guardian's Afua Hirsch and Danny Sriskandarajah, director general of the Royal Commonwealth Society – selected the 100 best submissions and the pick of these appeared at Hackney Museum and were featured in Guardian G2.
Group RulesWe'll feature some of our favourite portfolios and pictures from the group on www.migrationmuseum.org and maybe in other formats, e.g. our publications. By posting your pictures here you (a) acknowledge that you have created the pictures or have permission to do so; and (b) grant us a non-exclusive, worldwide, free licence to publish your pictures as described. Copyright resides with you and you may reuse your pictures however you wish. You will be credited and paid if we make other uses of your pictures.
- This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe