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We’re delighted to announce that we have now recruited a new Education Officer. Thank you to everyone who applied, the standard of candidates was exceedingly high. We look forward to updating everyone with the progress of our fledgling Education Programme … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we are now recruiting for our new post of Education Officer. For more information, please follow the link below to download the Job Description. Applications close at midnight on Sunday 24 February 2013. Please … Continue reading
Read our December 2012 newsletter here
Hugh Muir has written about us in the Guardian as part of his “Hideously diverse Britain” series. You can read his article here.
We have a new on-line brochure where you can read all about our progress to date, and our future plans for the Migration Museum Project. See below to find out more: Full Screen View
The Migration Museum Project is the cover story in Migrant Voice, the paper that aims to transform the way migrants are seen and heard in the media
Robert Winder, author of Bloody Foreigners: a history of immigration to Britain, argues in the Guardian here how unskilled migrants have frequently benefited Britain.
The Migration Museum Project is delighted that former Home Secretary and leader of the Conservative Party, Lord Howard of Lympne CH QC, and broadcaster and BBC News presenter, George Alagiah OBE, have agreed to become “distinguished friends” of the project.
Listen to Danny Sriskandarajah, director of the Royal Commonwealth Society and member of the Migration Museum Project, responding to Migration Watch’s Sir Andrew Green on the Today Programme here
The Migration Museum Project’s newly constituted Education Committee will meet regularly to consider ways in which migration can be taught in schools and beyond and how best to make use of the project’s resources to further migration education. The Committee, … Continue reading