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ROUTES

Routes uses interdisciplinary research to enable its members to engage collaboratively in investigation of all aspects of human mobility, migration and displacement.

Routes was launched in 2017 and is coordinated by Dr Nick Gill, Dr Ben Hudson, Professor Elena Isayev and Dr Helena Wray at the University of Exeter.

ROUTES

About Routes

Routes is a platform characterised at its core by a truly academically-informed bottom-up approach. We incorporate our diverse disciplinary expertise with grassroots activism, collaboration with non-governmental organisations, and the direct voice of people who have moved.

The goal is to use perspectives from a variety of disciplinary traditions to create new knowledge, and to intervene in debates, policy processes and practice on the issues of human mobility, migration and displacement. In so doing we aim to build understanding, capacity, and to attain sustainability, through reciprocal knowledge-sharing with colleagues, students and organisations in and outside academia, as well as to create links with other groups working in this field.

Routes was founded in 2017, and is coordinated by Dr Nick Gill, Dr Helena Wray, Professor Elena Isayev and Dr Ben Hudson

 

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28 February 202416:00

Routes Network event: Asylum narratives, archiving and refugee-led research

Alexandru Dragan is a filmmaker and graduate student pursuing a Master's degree in Media and Communication at the University of Exeter. They are pleased to extend an introduction to a noteworthy and impactful project that has been a focal point of their recent endeavours—a comprehensive video archive featuring interviews with refugees and asylum seekers. Full details
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