In times of covid19, migrant students shouldn’t be forgotten

As previously announced, the ‘Learning for Citizenship’ event (originally scheduled for May 11th) had to be postponed till further notice because of the covid19 lockdown.

However, it is now more important than ever to have a public discussion about the experiences of vulnerable young people of migrant background. This should take a transnational, inter-disciplinary approach, involving academics as well as third sector organisations and education practitioners, from across Europe and beyond.

Thus, the ‘Learning for Citizenship’ organising committee is launching a ‘call for evidence and contributions on the experiences and needs of migrant and refugee students during the global lockdown‘.

The call is available to download on:
https://learningforcitizenship.wordpress.com/

The document includes more information about what we are planning to do to raise awareness and contribute to the discussion around these issues (also encouraging exchange of good practice and creative responses).

For further information or to get in touch, please write to: learningforcitizenship@gmail.com

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