A new online course, Working Supportingly with Refugees: Principles, Skills and Perspectives, commences on Monday 21 May. The course will run for three weeks and is free to access. Attendance is flexible and self-paced, participants can enrol any time before or after starting date to complete the course.
You can access it here – https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/cultural-mediation/1
What topics will you cover?
- The basics about human migration, refugees and legal framework
- Cultural diversity and interethnic relations
- Socialisation, conflict resolution and social inclusion
- Principles on psychological well-being and socio-emotional health in refugee cases. Strategies for the mediator to support the target group and their own self-care
- Communication and interpreting in contexts of cultural mediation
- The practice of cultural mediation in the reality of refugees
The course has been developed by the GRAMNet academics and practitioners at the University of Glasgow with the support of EU Erasmus + funding for the ReCULM project led by an international team of partners from Greece – National Centre for Social Research, Italy –University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Spain – University of Almeria and the UK – University of Glasgow.