Hear My Hidden Voice Out - Part I
I am a free spirit who finds peace only by reading a beautiful poem or by watching the horses run. Through this blog, I want to give you a little image of a different life from yours. Not with the purpose of making you feel sorry but to help you understand that difference and diversity are values which need to be accepted and respected by human society.
News23 October 2023
More than just a label
A case study of our first co-created fundraising campaign
News3 August 2022
Calling choirs, music groups and schools!
Be a part of our mission and share the voices and stories of people who have spent time in immigration detention
News27 July 2022
Power and change: leadership, lived experience and coproduction
A joint blog by the Arts and Social Outcomes Network
News24 November 2021
Covid-19 has kept us out of immigration detention centres for more than 18 months - how have we adapted our work?
An update from Hear Me Out's Director John Speyer
News23 November 2021
A DIY radio station for people in immigration detention centres
DIY Radio takes radio back to its original form, as a way of transferring information from one place to another without wires. For Hear Me Out, this meant creating a radio station for people held in immigration detention.
Events10 August 2021
Looking to kickstart your music career?
We're calling for 18-25 year olds in London! Applications closed on 9th September 2021.
Let the music speak for their humanity
North London based artist Namugga was a participant in our Voices to the World project. Working with Generation Uncovered, Rising Tide and The Crib, we ran workshops for young people to create music to be sent into the UK's immigration detention centres. In her own words, Namugga describes the experience.