Restorative Integration Through Languages and Arts

Royal Society of Edinburgh
2-26 George St., Edinburgh, EH2 2PQ

For World Refugee Day, the UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and Arts, Professor Alison Phipps FRSE, will consider the work of the New Scots Research Project towards the third New Scots Integration Policy. She will focus on intercultural dialogue and restorative integration processes. In addition, she will add perspectives on the changing situation between devolved and reserved competence and the welcome of those seeking asylum in the context of the UK Government’s 2023 Immigration Bill.

This event is free. Please book your spot in advance here.