International collaborations and networks
Social Justice Alliance of Museums
David Fleming, National Museums Liverpool, Maggie Appleton, Luton Culture and Dibble, Paora Tibble, Museum of New Zealand at the launch of the Social Justice Alliance for Museums.
The Social Justice Alliance of Museums (SJAM) was set up in 2013, led by National Museums Liverpool. It aims to recruit museums and related bodies, and individuals, to sign up to the charter for social justice, and to campaign for and promote best practice.
Find out more on the SJAM website at: www.sjam.org
Federation of International Human Rights Museum
The Federation of International Human Rights Museums (FIHRM) is an international museum initiative co-ordinated by National Museums Liverpool’s International Slavery Museum since 2010.
Find out more on the FIHRM website at: www.fihrm.org.
National Museums Liverpool has has a partnership agreement with the Graduate School of Art Management and Culture Policy, National Taiwan University of Arts.
The purpose of the partnership is to support student internships, to carry out collaborative research, to hold joint lectures and symposia and to exchange academic information and materials.
Trista Lin (pictured above - centre) was the first internee to visit us and was placed with our exhibitions department.