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New event at Tate Exchange explores issues facing migrants

21 May 2018

Who Are We? is a free event taking place 22-27 May at Tate Exchange, exploring the issues facing migrants and refugees in the UK. Organised by The Open University and Counterpoint Arts.

Technology-enabled language learning for refugees and migrants

22 April 2018

Dr Koula Charitonos shares important insights from a recent roundtable focused on the role of technology in language education for migrants and refugees.

Save the date - 30th May 2018

30 May 2018

Lunch 1200-1230 - Discussion and presentation 1230-1400

Speakers: To be confirmed

More information to follow...

Register to attend : Eventbrite link to follow 

The critical (and overlooked) role of Hometown Associations in Development

26 March 2018
Photo of a busy, diverse UK street

Dr Ben Lampert, Lecturer in International Development at The Open University, discusses the critical role of Hometown Associations in development, with a focus on Nigerian diaspora in the UK.

Practice Policy Briefing: Engaging marginalised communities in policy and practice

7 December 2017

This briefing explains the use of Participatory Action Research (PAR) with marginalised groups of people experiencing barriers to interacting with representatives of social policy and practice on a daily basis.

21 May 2018

Our May newsletter is out. Find out about our available scholarships and research opportunities, a week of free events at TateExchange focused on migration, vaccine production in Africa, and much more.