MIGRANT FUTURISM: OF OTHER WORLDS

DATE:
Jun 20, 2024
LOCATION:
Plymouth
RESEARCH STRANDS:
Ecology / Migration / Futurity
FORMATS:
Gathering
NETWORKS:
Migrant Futurism
PARTNERS:
Plymouth University / Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support

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For Refugee Week, Radical Ecology, in partnership with Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support, Plymouth University and the Apricot Centre bring city and regional stakeholders together in Plymouth to consider connections between immigration and asylum policy in the UK and wider cuts to public services.

How might we imagine, in place of a hostile environment, a just and sustainable future?

Shaped as a dynamic and collaborative space, with the objective of generating new ideas for policy, the session aims to demonstrate how an anti-racist approach to public space can also point us in the direction of regenerative economy.

Collaborators Devon and Cornwall Refugee Support ↗
Apricot Centre ↗
The Arts Institute, Plymouth University ↗