9 - 12 April 2019

We believe that relationships are the foundation for social change - relationships within organisations, across organisations, and between people with different amounts of power -including those whose voices are rarely heard.

At Marmalade 2019 we want to host conversations that deepen existing relationships and build new ones. Our aim is to support people and organisations to build trust and capacity for collaboration, in order to bring about sustainable impact.

We are the fringe event to the internationally renowned Skoll World Forum, but we are particularly interested in how Marmalade can help strengthen relationships locally. By hosting international, national and local projects we want to showcase what is possible in our City. We are also excited about showcasing initiatives which are tackling complex challenges through strong local relationships.

At Marmalade 2019 you can expect a diverse set of sessions, activities and an engaging arts programme that will enable you to connect with others to bring about positive social change.

Who organises it?

Marmalade is run by Arts at the Old Fire Station, an arts centre in Oxford:

  • presenting new work across art forms

  • supporting artists

  • including people facing tough times

You can find out more about AOFS at oldfirestation.org.uk