ARCA Fine Arts, a creative project developed with migrant Latin American women living in Porto Alegre, Brazil, arrives on digital platforms on the 18th of October. Composed of digital and printed photographs, the Casa Collection connects its viewers with its artists through a visual experience. Here we learn more about the inspirations behind the project and how it has influenced the experiences of the women it has helped so far.
Are you a future leader?
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Chevening Scholars have been sharing the advice they wish they’d known when they younger about calling out gender bias, discrimination, and stereotyping.
March is the month of International Women’s Day (IWD) celebrations around the world. We know that many scholars are dedicated to taking strides towards gender equality, and we’re proud that so many of you have chosen to mark this occasion.
This year’s IWD campaign theme is #BreakTheBias, prompting us to imagine a world free of bias and discrimination.
Click on the images below to read what scholars had to say.
The women who inspired us: “I lost access to education at the age of six…now I am studying a Masters’ degree”
Leonie Dindji is a Master's student in Childhood studies at Swansea University from Ivory Coast. We asked Leonie about the woman who most inspired her to pursue her education. This is what she said…
Chevening Alumni share their advice for successfully applying to Chevening. In this article, we hear from Basma Taysir El Doukhi about how her UK study experience is advancing her career in building a better future for refugees and forcibly displaced communities.