Domestic workers and their allies need a physical space to come together, strengthen ties, raise awareness and advocate for their workers rights. 16 June marks International Domestic Workers’ Day and 11 years since the adoption of a landmark international treaty that enshrines the rights of domestic workers.

We're going to make this summer all about building community, solidarity and claiming what is ours.

From June to end of August, Refettorio Felix in Earl's Court hosted our summer residency - a programme of events designed to inspire and empower, brought to you in collaboration with gal-dem, Filifest, Jasmine Hemsley and more.
Rabbits Road Press

Creative Workshops with daikon*

At the centre of the Our Place is Here campaign are migrant domestic workers’ voices, experiences…

Filifest 2022

Our Place is Here exhibition at FiliFest! Our Place is Here collaborated with FiliFest this year,…
Refettorio Felix

Gal-dem Essay Writing Workshop

Personal essay collection shining a light on the plight of UK migrant domestic workers in…

Community Conversations about the NRM

*For domestic workers only* Kanlungan Filipino Consortium are hosting a community conversation for…

A night with gal-dem: Storytelling in Solidarity

A night of storytelling hosted by gal-dem To launch our first public event, gal-dem hosted an…

Sunday supper club with Jasmine Hemsley

*Whole community event* Join Filipino chef Jasmine Hemsley and members of The Voice of Domestic…

Time to Dance

*Whole community event* Our Place is Here is teaming up with FiliFest again to host a community…

Our Collaborators

We had an exciting lineup of events this summer, thanks to our amazing artistic partners.


Daikon is a zine by and for South East and East Asian people of marginalised genders in the diaspora.


An award winning publication committed to sharing the perspectives of people of colour from marginalised genders.


A youth-centric movement who showcase the best of the Philippines at their annual festival and via online platforms.

Jasmine Hemsley

Bestselling author and chef, passionate about her Filipino heritage and domestic workers' rights

Refettorio Felix

A charity in the heart of Earl's Court sustaining and supporting vulnerable people with services to relieve poverty, hardship, sickness and distress

Alex Barrow Illustrations

Alex Barrow grew up in the suburbs of London to Filipino and English Parents before moving to South London to study illustration at Central Saint Martins.


Tinig UK a not-for-profit, independent media company for Filipinos in the UK. Born in the midst of the Covid pandemic, it aims to tell the untold, overlooked stories of Filipinos that are neglected in the mainstream

The Adobros

The Adobros are a Filipino Supper Club based in Southeast London, serving up the best of the Filipino food culture.


TURO TURO is an award winning Filipino BBQ & Street food brand based in London.

Oh Annie Oh

Oh Annie Oh is an acclaimed London-based DJ, radio presenter and promoter.

Pinoy Grooves

DJ and record collector of rare groove vinyl records from the Philippines, SE Asia and beyond.

MOMO Kombucha

MOMO Kombucha is an award winning organic kombucha brewed here in the UK and is completely organic.

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