Explore this website to understand what life is like during the Covid-19 pandemic from the perspectives of creative asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants in the UK and around the world.


Lockdown and other restrictions present an opportunity for the mainstream population to better understand the lives of asylum seekers and refugees, who have long since known confinement, isolation, fear of visible and invisible enemies, and uncertainty about what the future may bring. Their “small acts” of artistic and creative resistance, documented here, prove their resilience and show the power of solidarity. Together we continue chronicling the dark and lighter sides of Covid-19.


A digital exhibition in response to the Covid-19 pandemic by a community of asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.


Here you will find our latest academic papers, policy briefings, testimonies from asylum seekers and refugees, as well as creative writing.

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We would love to hear from you. Please let us know what you think of the project, the art, and the issues.

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