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PhotoVoice as an educational tool for intercultural learning and peacebuilding between Forceably Displaced Populations and Host community youth

Project: Research


The project aims to push forward a new research and impact agenda and conduct a pilot research in each country, exploring how the escalating tensions in LMICs between young FDPs and host communities can be addressed through use of photographs as an intercultural learning tool and photography as an informal learning methodology to understand the everyday inequalities in shared public spaces between FDPs and host communities. The network is built on proposing an arts-based methodology for conflict-management and using photographs as educational artefacts to gain local and cultural knowledge. The use of photovoice methodology provides a creative space for expression of identities and encourage refugees to become part of the arts and culture scene.
Effective start/end date1/01/1931/10/19


  • AHRC: £54,284.00

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