Joon Lynn Goh

Joon Lynn Goh is a cultural organiser and producer, working across art and culture, migrant movements and community economies, to explore creative shifts from extractive to regenerative ways of living.  Joon Lynn is founding organiser of Migrants in Culture, a network of culture workers organising towards open border futures; and co-founder of Sex With Cancer, a cancer patient led inquiry into illness and intimacy. Joon Lynn co-initiated Tools to Transform, a project led by Asia-Art-Activism.  Joon Lynn is currently a Civic Futures Fellow 2021 with the Greater London Authority, and has previously been recipient of Migrants Organise and UNHCR’s Champion of the Year, Women on the Move Award 2016, Live Art UK Diverse Actions Leadership Bursary 2017, and declined an MBE (Member of the British Empire, Queen’s Honour list) for Services to Equality in 2019. 

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