A new post by Eithne Nightingale from her amazing Child Migrant Stories, a useful resource for in-depth reflection on migration to London and the UK through personal stories.
Child Migrant Stories is a space to explore the experiences of child migrants both today and in the past. It brings together, but is not restricted to, the voices and experiences of those who migrated under the age of 18 to Hackney, Tower Hamlets and Newham from 1930 to the present day.
It uses images, sound, text and short films and is developed in collaboration with former child migrants, some of whom are artists, musicians and film makers.
The initiative is funded by Queen Mary University of London’s Centre for Public Engagement.
You can read the post here.