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"Liberation" by artist-in-residence Kajal Nisha Patel
Artist-in-residence Kajal Nisha Patel to host "Liberation" seminar on November 16 2016.
Located in Projects / Leicester Migration Network / News and events
Blog Entry "Liberation" by artist-in-residence Kajal Nisha Patel
Artist-in-residence Kajal Nisha Patel to host "Liberation" seminar on November 16 2016.
Located in Projects / Leicester Migration Network / News and events
Blog Entry (Re)connecting Struggles
University of Leicester workshop to explore ongoing struggles related to issues such as colonisation, gender inequality and racism need time and space to (re-)connect and unite.
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File Art & Craft
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Blog Entry Camp Convivialities and Refugee Communications, 13 July 2016
This event is hosted by the Media and Development Group and supported by the Media Cultures Cluster at the University of Leicester and the British Council Newton Fund.
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File Different in the same way online screen reader accessible version
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Blog Entry Different in the same way? Accommodating language, culture and disability in refugee procedures, 4 May 2016
Laura Smith-Khan discussed the interactions between government and non-government authorities on refugees and asylum seekers last 4th May 2016.
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Blog Entry Event to unravel Europe’s ‘migration crisis’
Professor Heaven Crawley will share first-hand experiences of migrants detailed in a new book at free public talk on 17 January
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Blog Entry Fear of Crime: Caribbean Criminological Perspectives, 14 July 2016
Two lecturers will be giving guest lectures as part of an international research network 'Crime and its Representation in the Anglophone Caribbean', 1834-2018, funded by the British Academy.
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