Summer Newsletter

Our Summer newsletter is now available to view online. This issue highlights our activities over the summer, as well as our recent Faith and Displacement series, which you can read in full on our website. Please follow the link below for important project updates, including blog highlights and information on recent and forthcoming events: Newsletter … Continue reading Summer Newsletter

Abdulrazak Gurnah In Conversation

On 20 February, UCL's Institute of Advanced Studies hosted renowned novelist and critic Prof. Abdulrazak Gurnah to explore the roles of narration and storytelling in the context of migration and displacement (a key theme for our Refugee Hosts project). Abdulrazak Gurnah’s novels – including Memories of Departure (1987), Pilgrims Way (1988), Dottie (1990), Paradise (1994), Admiring Silence (1996), … Continue reading Abdulrazak Gurnah In Conversation

Refugee Youth, Conflict and Communities

In a recent piece published in The Scotsman on 20 September, Alastair Ager reflects on the global refugee crisis, and in particular on the challenges faced by refugee youth, the effects of conflict on health services, and the roles played by local communities in welcoming and supporting people who have been displaced by conflict. The following is … Continue reading Refugee Youth, Conflict and Communities