Home Truths Legacy Resource
Cardboard Citizens is proud to launch the Home Truths Festival of Heritage Events online Legacy Resource.
This free resource captures the work of Cardboard Citizens, our partners and the many contributors who were involved in this ambitious project.
The festival, which ran alongside the Home Truths season included a packed programme of heritage events, generously supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The festival reached more than 500 people and combined public talks and debates, interactive exhibitions, object in focus sessions, workshops, performances, film nights and a social housing walking tour to explore the state of housing today and the history behind it.
- Fun learning activities to improve your heritage and museum skills
- A library of films about housing and homelessness
- Posters for your wall of famous calls to action by leading activists, academics and organisations
- A past, present and future timeline of housing resistance
- A walking map that can be used to investigate the hidden history of Tower Hamlets
- Thought provoking articles from those working in housing, homelessness and campaigning
- The Cardboard Citizens Members' Time Capsule
- A Thank You page listing our contributors and partners
How to access: To view the online legacy resource in full click the play button below. You can go full screen and zoom in and out.
Alternatively you can download individual sections by clicking the links below.
To download individual sections click on the links below:
- Home Truths Introduction
- Home Truths What Can Theatre Do About Housing?
- Home Truths Calls To Action: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
- Home Truths Film Library
- Home Truths Time Capsule
- Home Truths Timeline
- Home Truths Map and Key
- Home Truths Provocations
- Home Truths Thank You's
If you would like a PDF copy of the full resource or more information about the project and how it can be used to support the people you work with, please contact email@example.com
Cardboard Citizens would like to thank the Heritage Lottery Fund for supporting this project, the many partners and contributors who worked hard to make it a success and to Chloe Osborne and Kathryn Corlett for the design of this resource.
Licensed for use by others under the Creative Commons licence, terms of which are here.