From Home to Home

This poem is written by Prof. Ilan Kelman, inspired by the recently published Refuge in a Moving World Open Access volume edited by Refugee Hosts PI Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh. Ilan's chapter in the book, “Does climate change cause migration?” (pp. 123 - 133) examines if climate change has a direct and causative affect on forced migration, or … Continue reading From Home to Home

Theatre and/as solidarity: Putting yourself in the shoes of a refugee through performance

In this post Marta Niccolai provides a narrated presentation of her contribution to the recently published Refuge in a Moving World Open Access volume edited by Refugee Hosts PI, Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh. Her chapter, 'Theatre and/as solidarity: Putting yourself in the shoes of a refugee through performance,” focuses on Teatro di Nascosto or Hidden Theatre, … Continue reading Theatre and/as solidarity: Putting yourself in the shoes of a refugee through performance

Care in a refugee camp: A case study of a humanitarian volunteer in Calais

In this presentation Prof. Sarah Crafter introduces the chapter, 'Care in a refugee camp: A case study of a humanitarian volunteer in Calais, written by Prof. Crafter and Dr. Rosen for the recently published Refuge in a Moving World Open Access volume edited by Refugee Hosts PI Prof. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh. The chapter (pp. 228 - … Continue reading Care in a refugee camp: A case study of a humanitarian volunteer in Calais