Upcoming Events

Bike Ride

A group ride with Bike for Good to visit places in Govanhill where asylum seekers and refugees can get help, advice, cheap clothes, English classes...
We will visit:
-Bike for Good
-Sarwar Foundation
-The Well
-Milk Cafe (where we will have a coffee)

Please book your place:
Vivien 07970 792312

Social Trip - Scottish Opera

We are organising a social trip to see a production of the Scottish Opera Candide by Leonard Bernstein.
This opera performance has a community chorus with members of Maryhill Integration Network.
Meeting point: 21 Rose street, 5PM
For more information and to book a space on this trip: Text Laureen on 07425 464 270

Social Trip - Edinburgh Festival

We are organising a day trip to Edinburgh for the Edinburgh festival, to visit the city,
see street performances of theatre, music and dance.
Meeting point is Queen Street Station (George Square) at 10:15 am.
For more information and to book a space on this trip: Text Laureen on 07425 464 270

Past Events

Our Stories Are Connected...

As a part of the Refugee Festival Scotland, we are proud to host an exhibition opening where our two art groups will be showing their work.
The event will also include : traditional dance, comedy and acting, fashion show and of course food from different cultures.

Bike Ride

An amazing bike ride event, in collaboration with Bike For Good Glasgow. The group will visit different places in Glasgow that offer help and services to asylum seekers and refugees.

Eid in the Park

This Friday our community meal will move to Garnethill Park in the form of a small Eid Celebration, that wil start at 12:30. There will be home cooked food, music & activities to enjoy during the event. Please come along and bring your friends!
In case of bad weather, we will be inside in the Garnethill Multicultural Centre (21 Rose Street).

official opening of the Multicultural Community Food Hub

This Friday our Multicultural Community Food Hub will have its official opening!
The event will start at 12:00 with a free community meal, the opening will be at 12:30 with the participation of The Lord Provost.

pop up concert of The Bridge Festival

We are incredibly excited to be hosting a free pop up concert of The Bridge Festival at our community meal here at Garnethill Multicultural Centre.
The Bridge Festival brings together some of Europe's most renewed and innovative string musicians and ensembles - Scottish Ensemble, Trondheim Soloists, Ensemble Resonanz and musicians from PLMF Music Trust, to celebrate contemporary classical music.

'We Gather By the Light of the Flickering Screen' Film Screening for Refugee Week

Gather by the light of your computer screen for a live discussion and film screening of this heart-warming nautical tale of mermaids, pirates and cookie monsters that will have the whole family enthralled. Starring members of CWIN’s online social and craft group, the glitchy format of Zoom is turned on its head to create a hilarious show for kids and adults alike.

Throughout the pandemic, this online group has engaged families and individuals undergoing the asylum process in Glasgow, providing a chance to relax and enjoy some creativity amid the challenges of lockdown. Facilitated by theatre-maker Marie Hamilton and artist Felicity White, the group created puppet characters and storylines. A public storymaking session in Queens Park also provided inspiration for the play, and created a link between the group and the wider Glasgow community during lockdown.

Within the play comes the message - don’t let fear rule the way you approach people who are different to yourself. You never know what pleasant surprises you might discover...! Event Link

'A Thread is a Journey' Exhibition for Refugee Week Scotland

Central and West Integration Network (CWIN) and The Glasgow School of Art have partnered on a 10-week creative project exploring textiles, fabric and patterns. Working with designer Christopher McEvoy, the group has learned skills in creating different textiles, printing, weaving and embroidery.

Inspired by each others cultures, they have developed their own fabric designs. All the sessions have been held remotely over Zoom which has brought both interesting challenges and fun experiences. Join us in person at our outdoor exhibition at Garnethill Multicultural Centre to see the final artworks that have been created including a co-designed printed CWIN cloth.

You do not need to register for this event.

The location of this event is:
Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21 Rose Street, Glasgow, G3 6RE

For more information, please contact Harriet Simms at
Covid Guidance – Following Covid restrictions, for this outdoor event we ask all visitors to wear face masks when visiting the exhibition unless they cannot for medical reasons. All visitors must stay 2m away from anyone outside of their household. We will be providing hand sanitisers and you will need to sanitise your hands on arrival and departure. The exhibition is small in size, so we recommend you only come in a small group and the visit should take around 15 minutes. We can have a maximum of 8 people visiting the exhibition at a time and our stewards will direct people to ensure there is a smooth flow of traffic and avoid crowding. We will be asking you to leave your contact details in case we need to contact you after the event for Covid reasons only. If you are feeling unwell or have one of the 3 main symptoms of Covid (high temperature, new continuous cough or change in sense of smell or taste) then please do not visit the exhibition.

International Womens Day Celebration

All welcome, 12.30-2.00pm at Garnethill Multicultural Centre, 21, Rose Street G3 6RE

Burns celebration 2020

We will be celebrating Robert Burns with people from many different communities, on Saturday 1 February at 1pm in Hillhead Library, 348 Byres Rd, G12 8AP. there will be poems, arts and crafts workshops, music, haggis and more. All welcome


Street food and street decoration, art, information and much, much more around Rose Street for Refugee Week

Youth Club Showcase and Party

At Garnethill Multicultural Centre from 4.30 to 6.00 pm

Robert Burns Event

The World Banquet 2018

On December 7th, the Central and West Integration Network will host The World Banquet.
At this fundraising banquet, we will celebrate with a 3-course meal, live world music, dancing, and a community.

The banquet will take place at 6pm to 9pm at Garnethill Multicultural Centre

Adult £20 (Vegetarian) £25 (no-vegetarian)
Child £10 (£5 per two or more children, under 5 years old go for free)

To book your ticket don't hesitate to call 0141 573 09 78 or email

Please contact us at 0141 573 0978 or to book tickets.

The World Banquet

On December 1st, the Central and West Integration Network will host The World Banquet.
At this fundraising banquet, we will celebrate with a 3-course meal, live world music, dancing, and a community.

The banquet will take place at 5pm and from 7pm onward the public will be invited to join for the dancing.

Please contact us at 0141 573 0978 or to book tickets.

Burns Lunch

Hillhead Library, 348 Byres Road, Glasgow G12 8AP
12 - 4pm
All are welcome to celebrate the life and works of Burns through poetry, song and dance.

Refugee Week 2016


Songs of Freedom

Refugee Week

Glasgow Through Our Lens

Burns Night

White Ribbons Event

Black History Month

Beautiful Glasgow

16 Days of Action