Integrating asylum seekers and refugees to build a more inclusive, equal society

August 19, 2021 00:52:02
Integrating asylum seekers and refugees to build a more inclusive, equal society
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Integrating asylum seekers and refugees to build a more inclusive, equal society
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“Good integration is not camps, it’s not aid. It’s people living in flourishing communities where everyone can contribute.”

In S03E05 of the RSE Tea and Talk Podcast, Dr Rebekah Widdowfield discusses the issues asylum seekers and refugees face in a post-Brexit Britain with RSE Fellow, Professor Alison Phipps, Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies at the University of Glasgow and UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts.

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