When your Caritas group has staged its creative event, share it with us. Tell us how you engaged creatively with migrants, refugees and the wider community and show off your art.
There’s a How-To Guide if you need some help and inspiration deciding what to do.
Asma, a member of the host community, helped Rohingya refugee children in two artistic endeavours – making shadow puppets and scripting plays.
Their first works for Caritas Bangladesh showed violence, but the children moved on to writing about how to keep healthy in a refugee camp.
Aias, who’s 9, said “I had never drawn before until I came to the Caritas Bangladesh Child Friendly Space, but now I love it the most of all the activities”.