Perla Innocenti, University of Glasgow, attended the Glasgow Refugee Asylum and Migration Network (GRAMNet) conference on “Engaging research”, co-convened by Prof. Rebecca Kay, on 2nd March 2012.
The University of Glasgow’s Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network aims to bring together researchers and practitioners, NGOs and policy makers working with migrants, refugees and asylum seekers in Scotland. As the title suggests, the conference brought together researchers and organisations to jointly develop ideas for research projects that would benefit both parties, through:
Short presentations from a range of academic partners showcasing their projects and focusing on process design/methods/challenges/lessons. Parallel Discussion Sessions to bring together organisations and potential researchers around central research questions with a view to trying to develop viable research projects.
The University of Glasgow academic community has a wide range of expertise in relation to refugees, asylum and migration. The City of Glasgow is host to the largest [...]