A knowledge-exchange workshop bringing together NGOs and community practitioners to exchange practices on how to best support newly arrived migrant and refugee students during Covid-19 lockdowns.
This online event will take place on March 18th (2pm-5pm)
To book a place please visit the EventBrite page here.
This is the second in a series of partnership events organised by icPSP (International Centre for Public and Social Policy, University of Nottingham) and NIESR (National Institute of Economic and Social Research). It is supported by the Social Policy Association (SPA).
During the event we will disseminate findings from ongoing international research on Covid-19 and school closures, and particularly on what the impact has been for newly arrived migrants in the UK and across Europe.
We will then go into a broad discussion exploring how NGOs, community organisations and local practitioners have worked with migrant and refugee pupils/students, their families and schools, and how best they can support them in the coming months. Attendees will be invited to participate in the discussion and to share their experiences and practice.
Who is this workshop for?
This webinar is focused on disseminating learning and best practice from NGOs and community projects across the UK and Europe . As such, it is suitable for:
- NGOs working with young migrants and refugees and/or supporting education at primary and secondary school level.
- Community-based education practitioners.
- EAL and Ethnic Minority Achievement officers from the Third and Public Sector
If you would like to take part in the workshop or would like some further information, please contact the event organisers:
- Dr Alessio D’Angelo – email: email@example.com
- Dr Chiara Manzoni – email: firstname.lastname@example.org