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Digital Storytelling Screening at Uppsala University

Migration Matters led a film screening and discussion with academics and students at Uppsala University on the potential of digital…Read More

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Action Against Hate: Digital Exhibit

The 'Action Against Hate' screening in London earlier this month explored the theme of 'Diversity and Religion' through artwork and…Read More

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Presenting at the Federal Foreign Office

March 2, 2023 Conferences, Events

We were invited by the German Federal Foreign Office to present at the 13th International Diplomats Programme. Our presentation focused…Read More

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Migration Matters at “Narratives of Migration” Conference

Bernadette Klausberger from the Migration Matters team will be a speaker in the "Migration and mobility narratives in the arts"…Read More

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‘Bamba’s Story’ selected for Diversity & Religion exhibit

'Bamba's Story - Migrant Lives in Pandemic Times' was selected for the Get The Trolls Out! Diversity & Religion Exhibition in…Read More

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Migrant Lives in Pandemic Times

Migrant Lives in Pandemic Times is a an international digital storytelling project exploring the unique challenges faced by migrants in…Read More

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I Am European Project

‘I Am European”: Migration Stories & Facts for the 21st Century is a European Commission funded project that aims to…Read More

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This Election Season: Integration & Diversity

March 24, 2017 street survey

The Treaty of Rome, signed on March 25, 1957, brought together six European countries (Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and…Read More

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Some think we’ve “had enough of experts”, but why?

August 31, 2016 Featured

Trusting experts is easier to do when we feel like we can relate to them, when they are more accessible…Read More

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Reaching our audience, engaging the public at ICD

August 31, 2016 Events, Featured

Why do we need better, more nuanced information on migration? Because of negative and implicit bias. It's pervasive, and it's…Read More