Ruth Webber’s PhD research explored the meaning and importance of ‘home’ to migrants, refugees and asylum seekers living in Glasgow, with a particular focus on the impact of hostile environment policies and legal status. This workshop presents findings from her research and will foster a reflective space, asking: “What are the barriers faced by cultural institutions to supporting the participation of those living under the hostile environment, and what can cultural institutions do to develop their inclusive practices in this field?”.
Refreshments will be provided.
- Hearing Loop
- Wheelchairs or mobility aids provided
- Level access from entrance to reception
- Suitable for visitors with limited mobility
- Large print, braille or audio
- Accessible parking or drop-off point
- Wheelchair access throughout
- Lift or stairlift
- Access guide
- Accessible toilets
- Level Access
The full access statement for Kelvingrove Museum can be found here.
Photo Credit: photovoice image from Ruth Webber’s research