Our exhibition is online

Our traveling exhibition is available online! Inspired by our research, it toured Birmingham, London, and Edinburgh in 2022. The exhibition is a result of an exciting collaboration with Centrala, an internationally renowned centre for Central and Eastern European art and artists, and features the work of 3 critically acclaimed visual artists Małgorzata Dawidek, Sylwia Kowalczyk and Paulina Korobkiewicz. Enjoy the artworkContinue reading “Our exhibition is online”

Our report on learnings from Covid-19 for supporting minority communities is out

Hot off the press! Our report on Covid-19 innovation in supporting Scotland’s migrant and minority ethnic communities is now out. The report is based on our spin-off project – an expert review funded by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Learning and Evaluation Oversight Group set up by the Scottish Government. The study found that third-sector organisations inContinue reading “Our report on learnings from Covid-19 for supporting minority communities is out”

Exhibition launch in Edinburgh

Our traveling exhibition is coming to Scotland! Come join us at the launch on 27 October 2022 at Art27 in Edinburgh. See the artwork and speak to the artists, the curator (Centrala), and the researchers! 6-8pm, 40-42 West Crosscauseway, Newington, EH8 9JP. More information here. The exhibition will be open to the public between 24 October and 8 November 2022.Continue reading “Exhibition launch in Edinburgh”

Event on service provision for migrant & minority ethnic communities

Save the date! Our event on public and third-sector service provision for Scotland’s migrant and minority ethnic communities during Covid-19 is taking place 10am-1pm on 25 October 2022 at the COSLA Conference Centre in Edinburgh. The aim of the event is to discuss findings and policy implications from our expert review carried out for the Scottish GovernmentContinue reading “Event on service provision for migrant & minority ethnic communities”

Our second dissemination event

Learn about our research! Our second dissemination event is taking place 4-5:30pm on 30 September 2022 at the Clapham Library in London. The aim of the event is to share our key findings and policy recommendations. The event is free, but registration is required due to the limited number of places. For more details and to register, please checkContinue reading “Our second dissemination event”

Traveling photo exhibition inspired by our study

Save the date! Spaces of (dis)connection: Migrant essential workers, a traveling exhibition inspired by our study is coming to Birmingham, London, and Scotland! The exhibition is a result of an exciting collaboration with Centrala, an internationally renowned centre for Central and Eastern European art and artists. It features the work of 3 well-established visual artistsContinue reading “Traveling photo exhibition inspired by our study”

Our policy recommendations

Hot off the press! We are thrilled to share two sets of policy recommendations targeting the UK and Scottish governments and respective health authorities. We wish to thank Prof. Robert Gawłowski, our project partners, and other public and voluntary sector organisations for helping out in their development. We are officially launching the UK recommendations atContinue reading “Our policy recommendations”

Spin-off project funded by Scottish Government

Fantastic news! We have secured approx. £30K from the Scottish Government research grant scheme for a new spin-off project exploring the needs of Scotland’s migrant and minority ethnic communities under Covid-19. The project that you can read about HERE, will support building a fairer Scotland by providing policymakers with expertise about the service provision needsContinue reading “Spin-off project funded by Scottish Government”