Social Science Fiction: Narrative re-constructions of policies addressing the migrant-home nexus

Marta Padovan-Özdemir, Annabelle Wilkins

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Publikationsdatomaj 2024
StatusUdgivet - maj 2024
BegivenhedMaking it Home: Reconfiguring Migrant Homemaking Together - Kingston University, London, Storbritannien
Varighed: 22 maj 202422 maj 2024


KonferenceMaking it Home
LokationKingston University
AndetThis is an open event that focuses on how we can intervene to challenge dominant narratives and perceptions of migration and integration by presenting and discussing new ways of re-thinking and re-configuring migrant and refugee home-making amidst divergent integration politics in Denmark, Sweden and the UK. <br/><br/>Centring on migrant and refugee homemaking in the intertwined areas of policy-making, art, and the making of home in the every-day, the event presents a series of innovative aesthetic methodologies resulting from the MaHoMe project, "Making it Home". Led by Kingston University, in partnership with Lund University in Sweden and Roskilde University in Denmark, the project worked with NGOs and migrant and refugee participants as co-researchers. <br/><br/>The programme has a diverse range of formats, including interactive talks, screenings, visual presentations, panel discussions, a Long Table and an accompanying exhibition.

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