ISM needs your vote!

3 August 2009 by Karen

Excellent news. Thanks to your votes the International Slavery Museum has made it through to the finals of the National Lottery awards. We’re up against two other venues in the Best Heritage Project category.

Votes aren’t carried over into the final so we need you to vote again. You can vote online on the National Lottery Good Causes website. Alternatively you can call 0844 686 6957 to register your phone vote.

As we’ve said before this isn’t just about winning an award (although obviously that’s a nice thing) or a thumbs up for a good museum. As Richard said in his ‘It could be us’ post a few weeks ago, this is a major opportunity to raise awareness about the issues that the museum champions – it’s about tackling human rights abuses. So, please vote, and ask people you know to vote as well.

Then tune into the National Lottery programme (we’ll let you know when) to see Richard in his fabled Homer Simpson tie!

(Comments are closed for this post.)

About our blog

Welcome to the National Museums Liverpool blog! Written by our staff and volunteers, we’ll give you a peek behind the scenes of our museums and galleries.




We try to ensure that the information provided on our blog is accurate and that appropriate permissions to use images have been sought. The opinions in each blog are very much those of the individuals writing.