We Don’t Settle creates inclusive and welcoming spaces for young people to share their talents, passion and expertise. Take a look at some of our programs and events.
Every first Thursday of the month at Symphony Hall
Poetry Jam is an open mic platform for stories, poems, raps, monologues, rants and debates.
GET UP TO £500 TO REACT TO SOCIAL ISSUES
Fuel is a pot of money that young people in the We Don’t Settle Community aged 18-30 can use to react to social issues that are important to them.
Series of meaningful discussions for People of Colour to discuss personal identity, culture and representation.
At every event, you can expect a meaningful space, cathartic discussion, activities, food and a lot of learning. It is also a great way to meet and network with like-minded people who share a passion for these themes, learn from intercultural experiences, and hear new perspectives that will help develop your critical thinking in an ever-changing world.
History is a collection of stories. We want to change whose stories get told.
Interrogating the relationships between the heritage sector and POC audiences, Specifically looking at the stories and narratives told within the sector, and by extension, the voices behind these stories. We run a programme consisting of development workshops that allow young people to develop creative skills to tell their own communities’ stories.