Belonging: a privilege or a right? Conditional inclusion in the Netherlands

  ‘Why do some refugees receive huge outpourings of public support, while others do not? Why are some people allowed to stay, while others in a similar legal situation are not?’ In this post, Aukje Muller, examines the ‘construction of belonging’ within the Netherlands and its influence on decisions regarding the deportation of migrants to … Continue reading Belonging: a privilege or a right? Conditional inclusion in the Netherlands

Moving Objects: Heritage in/and Exile

The Refugee Hosts project is delighted to announce a new collaboration between our research team and other leading academics at UCL working on displacement. This collaborative project, funded by the UCL Centre for Critical Heritage Studies Small Grants Scheme, the UCL Grand Challenges Programme and UCL Department of Geography, will result in a co-curated exhibition, … Continue reading Moving Objects: Heritage in/and Exile

Dr Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh to give Keynote Address at UCL and British Museum in Africa and the Middle East Event, 25 May 2018

On 25 May 2018, Dr Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh, Refugee Hosts PI, will deliver a keynote address at an event exploring new research in the Middle East and Africa, convened by UCL and the British Museum. The one-day event will bring together researchers from UCL and the British Museum to consider future directions in African and Middle … Continue reading Dr Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh to give Keynote Address at UCL and British Museum in Africa and the Middle East Event, 25 May 2018