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Last chance to vote for us!

26 July 2018 by Richard

A World Cup final, Wimbledon final  – and on Friday, the last chance to vote for the International Slavery Museum for this year’s National Lottery Fund Good Causes Award – July has it all.

If we are to judge the success of a museum by the amount of trophies and prizes it has been awarded though; it would in my view miss the point. And in our case this is good as we have technically not ‘won’ that much these past 10 years even though our work and ethos – and in particular our educational programmes with young people – are globally recognised and seen as exemplars within the field of museums and social justice.

Now an honourable mention by The UNESCO-Madanjeet Singh Prize for the Promotion of Tolerance and Non-Violence in 2009 was marvellous. It was good for team morale and an acknowledgement of the work of our partners and supporters. And only last month the Museum received the 2018 UNI Global Union Freedom from Fear award for our work within the field of human rights and modern-day slavery and enslavement. UNI Global Union represents more than 20 million workers from over 900 trade unions.

But for me being a recipient of an award that recognizes our work with young people – the future of an inclusive and democratic society – who visit a museum space and have an experience that stays with them for a lifetime; now that is some achievement.  Help it happen by voting for us. We have done so much these past 10 years, often working on difficult and challenging subjects, and we are proud to say we have made a difference – maybe just a small one – but enough to say we have made Liverpool, the UK and hopefully many places around the world more tolerant, more inclusive, and better informed.

You can vote for us here or by Tweeting with the hashtag #NLAIntSlaveryMuseum. Voting closes at midnight on Friday 27 July 2018. Thank you for your support.

Our events team won an award!

30 May 2017 by Eleanor Webster

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National Museums Liverpool take home the Excellence in Business Tourism Award at the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2017

We are delighted to announce that we have won an Excellence in Business Tourism Award at the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards 2017!

In a ceremony held at St George’s Hall, National Museums Liverpool’s corporate events team were recognised for their substantial contribution to the tourism sector by winning the award, which acknowledges the huge importance of the meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions sectors of Liverpool’s tourism industry.  The team, who deliver a wide range of corporate events in our unique museums and galleries, beat off stiff competition from the likes of Tate Liverpool and Titanic Hotel Liverpool to take home the award.

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House of Memories leads to MBE

16 January 2015 by Dawn

Carol_RogersIn this post, Carol Rogers, Executive Director Education and Visitors, reflects on the professional journey that led to an MBE in the New Year honours:

“When I developed the idea for House of Memories in 2011, I did not anticipate that we were launching an award winning dementia awareness programme that would make a real impact to the lives of people living with dementia, their carers and their families Read more…

Website named as honoree in Webby awards 2014

9 April 2014 by Lynn

Webby award nominee badgeWe are delighted that our website has been chosen as honoree by this year’s Webby awards, in their cultural institutions’ website category.  With over 12,000 entries to the Webbys, this is no mean feat!

We redesigned the site last year, trying to make it easier to use and better looking. We think it’s a bold and beautiful design and much clearer than it used to be and it sounds like the Webby’s agree.

You can see the Cultural Institution website nominees and honorees at: http://pv.webbyawards.com/2014/web/general-website/cultural-institutions/honorees  Read more…



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