We are in the process of developing our work in Wales and we are updating our website with the intention of presenting most information in English and Welsh.
The Here are the team at Neuadd Ogen after the "Irie Bards" presentation last October.
Researching and telling the stories of shared histories and links between communities and countries is our main focus, developing a range of approaches working with poets, teachers, academics and entertainers.
Our current focus is on activities exploring the links that Wales has around the world, as well as exploring ways to celebrate Welsh Language and Culture.
We work with a wide range of organisations and schools, including Arts Council Wales, (see Cwtch), Race Council Cymru, Rotary International and Wales International/ Cymru a'r Byd.
Learning Links was developed initially 10 years ago, see "Remembering 2007 in 2017".
Now 10 years on, our research and projects cover a wider spectrum, as we explore links between countries and communities around the world.
Please use this site to find out about how we can link with your interests, by finding out about the projects and activities we have been involved in, and also about some of the ideas we have for developing some of these threads and the new challenges we are taking on.
We are always delighted to hear from people interested in our work and activities! There are many ways to explore and share stories, please contact us if you have an idea or suggestions to make.
Here are members of the Learning Links International Jamaican delegation who visited the Denbigh and Flintshire Agricultural Show held in North Wales in August 2017. Next August we have plans for a Welsh Delegation to visit the Denbigh Agricultural Show in Jamaica. Get your name on the list through "Contact us"!