This roundtable discussion is designed to provoke discussion on the role of technology in language education for migrants and refugees. Are any current technologies relevant or useful? Are they a barrier to genuine human contact and learning? Should they be used much more widely and how might that come about? Read more
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Join us for our first Migration Museum Book Club on Sunday 8 April. Devised and run by our volunteers and based around a monthly theme, attendees are invited to bring a book, poem, article or a piece of their own writing to share and discuss with the group. Read more
Join us for our March late opening, featuring a chance to view our current exhibitions, have a drink and chat to a Pop-up Prof and to members of our team. Read more
A new exhibition from the Migration Museum exploring seven migration moments throughout history that changed Britain through art, photography, graphics, quotes and stories. Read more
During March 2018, more than three hundred Londoners from all backgrounds have come together in workshops to make 1,000 small human hearts in clay. On Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March, these hearts will be wrapped in white cloth and laid out in a spiral. Audiences are invited to walk the spiral, pick up a heart and write on the cloth something expressing their own connection to those forced to migrate. There will also be a forum discussion for people to share thoughts, questions, feelings, experiences, ideas, stories and work related to migration and belonging. Read more
For nearly 70 years, Whitechapel was home to the UK’s largest Jewish population. This walk, led by literary historian Dr Nadia Valman, takes you on a route through Whitechapel in the words of two generations of local writers Read more