To get involved, please get in touch!Explore
Share your answer to the question of 'What is your World Reimagined?" to feature in our Journey of Discovery collection.
You can explore each of our ten trails in person in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool City Region, Swansea and across seven London boroughs and see for yourself the incredible art that has been inspired by the Journey of Discovery and the communities in which they are hosted.
Explore the 103 unique Globes that were created by artists for The World Reimagined – see the designs, meet the artists and discover what inspired them.Coming Soon!
Go on a Journey of Discovery through our shared history, present and future.
Each of the Globes speaks to one of the nine themes of the Journey of Discovery – ranging from Mother Africa through The Reality of Being Enslaved and Echoes in the Present – which give us the opportunity to reimagine our past, present and future.
Explore the events and activities near you – exhibitions, workshops, performances, cook-offs and more – bringing people together to reimagine the future we can create.What's going on?
We were honoured to give more than £75,000 in INSPIRE grants to these incredible people and organisations. Find out more about and connect with them here!Let's Go!
If you have an event / activity / exhibition taking place between the 13 August – 31 October 2022 that contributes to the mission of making racial justice a reality, please list your event with us so we can promote it to our trail visitors!Where do I Sign Up?
The World Reimagined Learning Programme empowers schools, colleges and community groups working with young people to create a future where racial justice is better understood.
Created with artists, teachers and educationalists, our Learning Programme is an experiential and transformative journey for students, teachers and school communities.
Created with artists, teachers and educationalists, The World Reimagined Learning Programme is an experiential and transformative journey that empowers students, teachers and school communities to create a future for racial justice racial justice.Access our FREE Learning Resources See the Learning Globes
Created through unique collaborations between artists and subject experts in partnership with educationalists and teachers, our resources for both primary and secondary students are ready to use and can be adapted across the curriculum.
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Across our host cities, pupils and students have created their own small Learning Globes in response to their work on racial justice and reimagining the future. We have been amazed and inspired at the incredible creativity and imagination of the hundreds of young people who have conceived and created these Globes, which are on display in collections in public spaces near the main Globe Trails.Show me the Learning Globes