With an aim to build and maintain meaningful and engaging relationships with local community and promote museums as dynamic and safe learning environments, the WCM offers frequent and diverse workshops for children and youth, both onsite and online.
During these workshops, children and young people engage with museum educators, local artists, actors, IT or experts from different sectors in a tailored-made activity for each of the workshops, ranging from cartoon drawing and making origami cranes, to environmental and children rights awareness activities.
In addition to fun and creativity, the workshops are designed to encourage children and young people to explore different skills, experiences and ways to interact with the world and become agents of change in their community.
The War Childhood Museum is an independent non-for-profit museum not funded by government. In addition to institutional donors and partners, the Museum has been receiving support from dedicated individuals and friends from its very opening. Become a friend and support the WCM.