Challenging Immigration Detention
What can be done? Friday 15th November 2019 Taking place at 1pm in CE.225 (second floor, Creative Edge) The session, led by grass roots organisations working with and for people who have experienced immigration detention in the UK, will include presentations from: a) Dr Vicky Canning from the University of Bristol; b) Samuel Farmery and […]
Working with refugees is a family affair for EHU lecturer Alicia
Alicia Blanco-Bayo, tutor in Early Years Education at Edge Hill University will soon be spending 10 days in Jordan to support a community of refugees in collaboration with a charity called Collateral Repair Project.
Upcoming RefuAid AfR Seminar 20th March 2019
Action for Refugees are delighted to welcome Anna Jones, RefuAid co-founder, to campus to speak about the innovative work of this award-winning NGO. RefuAid was founded in 2015 in an effort to provide a practical response to forced migration for refugees and asylum-seekers living in the UK. Their primary focus is to provide solutions to […]
Growing up in Afghanistan: Exhibition is open
The Growing up in Afghanistan exhibition is now open. Guy Smallman visited the university to set up his photographs in Hale Hall. On Thursday 4th October 12-1pm there will be an opportunity to hear Guy discuss his work and answer questions in a short talk. Please contact [email protected] to reserve your place.
GROWING UP IN AFGHANISTAN Photography Exhibition @EHU
HALE HALL Edge Hill University Monday 24th September —Thursday 4th October 2018 This is a ten day exhibition of the work of freelance photographer Mr Guy Smallman. The exhibition will take up residency in Hale Hall for 10 days and involve a display of selected photographs from Mr Smallman’s time in Afghanistan. Visitors are welcome […]
Prof John Diamond supports Action for Refugees
Mike Stoddart writes…. Action for Refugees was formed as a grouping of academics, support staff and students at Edge Hill University who felt a common need to respond to the plight of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK and abroad. The initial spark was created by a presentation given by members of staff in […]