Since its foundation in 2000, Exiled Writers Ink has worked on many projects designed to support the work of exiled writers, refugees, and migrants. Through our policy of confronting difficult, current issues by providing writers with opportunities to express themselves and cross divides, we have and continue to play an important role in bringing conflicted groups together to explore individual narratives, culture, memory, fears and experience through discussion, creative writing workshops, live literature performance events and roadshows
To provide support to exiled writers, refugees, and migrants through publishing opportunities, other creative employment, performance experience and access to workshops and editorial feedback from qualified tutors and professional writers
To encourage cross-cultural dialogue and to provide a platform for those who have experienced life under repressive regimes and war-torn situations to speak out, act as witnesses and to protest against and raise awareness of the abuse of human rights worldwide.
To bring conflicted groups together to explore individual narratives, culture, memory, fears and experience through discussion, creative writing workshops and performance events that provide insight into the complexity of identity and enable us to resist hostile narratives.
To ensure that artists of refugee and migrant background receive fair payment and due credit for their creative work by external organisations.