Trojan Women Project
Trojan Women Project, Glasgow, UK
The Trojan Women Project has been creating joint therapeutic drama and advocacy projects for Syrian refugees in Jordan, Europe and the UK since 2013.
The Trojan Women Project was founded by the award-winning foreign correspondent and film-maker Charlotte Eagar and her husband, the award-winning filmmaker William Stirling. Trojan Women Project was inspired by years of working with refugees with the aim to address multiple social and personal issues often experienced by refugees while in exile.
The intention of the Trojan Women Project is to produce drama and film projects of the highest possible artistic standards and to provide a platform from which all refugees and most particularly those from Syria are able to speak directly to the world.