Category Archives: Videos

Becoming adult – the song

Originally posted on Becoming adult:
Three years of conversations, encounters, laughs and sharing in many different places, ignoring borders every time it was possible to do so. The photos, words, and short clips that make this video all came together…

Becoming adult – the song

Originally posted on Becoming adult:
Three years of conversations, encounters, laughs and sharing in many different places, ignoring borders every time it was possible to do so. The photos, words, and short clips that make this video all came together…

Watch: EU Families and Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
What Brexit is doing to EU families in Britain – a short video to find out about IRiS ESRC-funded study into the impact of Brexit on EU families and children. The project is part of The UK in a Changing

Watch: EU Families and Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain

Originally posted on EU families & Eurochildren in Brexiting Britain:
What Brexit is doing to EU families in Britain – a short video to find out about IRiS ESRC-funded study into the impact of Brexit on EU families and children. The project is part of The UK in a Changing

The bureaucracy of angels in King’s Cross St. Pancras

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
Fascinating video with artists Broomberg & Chanarin discussing their installation ‘The bureaucracy of angels‘ in King’s Cross St. Pancras station (28 Sept – 25 Nov). The work was commissioned by Art on the Underground. Here…

The bureaucracy of angels in King’s Cross St. Pancras

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
Fascinating video with artists Broomberg & Chanarin discussing their installation ‘The bureaucracy of angels‘ in King’s Cross St. Pancras station (28 Sept – 25 Nov). The work was commissioned by Art on the Underground. Here…

Irregular migration and the new global governance of human mobility

In this interview, Dr Nando Sigona offers some insights in the changing nature of undocumented migration and how the UN global compact agenda may contribute to further exclude the migrants it claims to protect. Dr Sigona draws on research carried

Irregular migration and the new global governance of human mobility

In this interview, Dr Nando Sigona offers some insights in the changing nature of undocumented migration and how the UN global compact agenda may contribute to further exclude the migrants it claims to protect. Dr Sigona draws on research carried

Jenny Phillimore on superdiversity

A great deal of attention has been placed upon the numbers of migrants arriving in Europe with far less concern paid to how those migrants might be supported to integrate into European societies. Researchers at Birmingham have undertaken studies looking at

Jenny Phillimore on superdiversity

A great deal of attention has been placed upon the numbers of migrants arriving in Europe with far less concern paid to how those migrants might be supported to integrate into European societies. Researchers at Birmingham have undertaken studies looking at

Superdiversity & its implications

Nando Sigona speaks at the pop-up Festival of Identities at City Lit in London (10-11 May) on superdiversity, the importance of deconstructing the categories and labels we use to describe society and the work being carried out at IRiS. Click

Superdiversity & its implications

Nando Sigona speaks at the pop-up Festival of Identities at City Lit in London (10-11 May) on superdiversity, the importance of deconstructing the categories and labels we use to describe society and the work being carried out at IRiS. Click

Denmark migration law: a sign of things to come?

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
Al Jazeera’s Inside Story (27 Jan) on Denmark adopting law on seizure of asylum seeker assets. Guests: Ramazan Salman – Director of the support group ‘Migrants for Migrants’, Irene Zugasti – Co-author of the report ‘Civil Society Responses to…

Denmark migration law: a sign of things to come?

Originally posted on Postcards from …:
Al Jazeera’s Inside Story (27 Jan) on Denmark adopting law on seizure of asylum seeker assets. Guests: Ramazan Salman – Director of the support group ‘Migrants for Migrants’, Irene Zugasti – Co-author of the report ‘Civil Society Responses to…