Multi-story website

1st April 2005 at 01:00
Glasgow-based asylum seekers from more than 15 countries have helped to create an educational, multi- language website which features people talking about their experiences as asylum seekers and how they are getting on in Scotland, cookery demonstrations and traditional music and dancing.

Artists from the city's Street Level photographic gallery worked with adults and children from Somalia, Eritrea, Iraq, Turkey and elsewhere to set up

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