Nationalism & new comers: Migration Matters video series featuring Nando Sigona

#rethinkingnationalism is a twelve bite-sized (1-9 min) video series that offers academic insight and public perspectives on nationalism, belonging, and diversity in Europe today. The series produced by Migration Matters is part of Erasmus+ Virtual Exchange, a ground-breaking project that enables youth in Europe and the Southern Mediterranean to engage in meaningful intercultural experiences online.... Continue Reading →

Becoming adult – the song

Great example of participatory project from Nando Sigona, Rachel Humphris and colleagues at the UCL Institute of Education and University of Oxford. Check out Becoming Adult blog for finding out more about research outputs and other project related initiatives.

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 through the musical magic of the Piccola Orchestra di Tor Pignattara and the video editing eagerness of our colleague Jenny Allsopp. Check our resources to find out more about our project and findings.

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

Art, borders and migration – interesting conversation on an age-old crisis

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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 a Learning Guide (Key stage 3-5). Short clip from the film below. Glad to have had the opportunity to share some thoughts with the curator early on in the development of the project and to share a panel with the artists today at the Royal College of Art in London.

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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 what works in migrant integration and identifying good practice in migrant integration. They have also... Continue Reading →

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