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The importance of collaboration within our work cannot be emphasised enough. It presents a pivotal opportunity for university students, academics, and journalists to engage with regions and perspectives that often overlooked in discussions dominated by Western/European viewpoints on migration and global events. Through these intercultural exchanges, valuable mutual learning takes place.

Collaboration takes on various forms in our work. We organise and partake in events, conferences, and exhibitions, establishing platforms that empower participants to play a significant role in conversations regarding media diversity, human rights, migration, and international policy. We also welcome collaborations across disciplines that enhance creative storytelling.

Others Unheard

A podcast produced by female exiled journalists, supported by undergraduate journalism and magazine publishing students at London College of Communication. The group worked together in a series of workshops that focused on audio production skills and idea development.

Guardian Foundation

The cohort of journalists were invited to produce stories with the Guardian Foundation. Design students were also invited to illustrate the written pieces.

Breaking the Frame

A participatory, multidisciplinary research project considering how well the UK’s main news broadcasters cover migration. The team was made up of postgraduate students, those from refugee backgrounds, and academics.

Refugee Journalism Project Toolkit

This toolkit is an informed resource for media organisations seeking to support, employ or deliver projects with those who have a background of forced migration. It was produced by journalists, university students and experts.

Integrate That!

Award-winning podcast series about refugees, made by refugees. This was devised, produced and presented by Abdulwahab Tahhan about refugees and made by refugee.

Beyond Borders

This was a transdisciplinary public event including a panel discussion, exhibition and screening focused on the theme of the representation of migration in the media.


This transdisciplinary public event, exhibition and publicationexplored the transitional period of migratory life from the perspective of persecution, freedom, and resettlement.   It takes a humanistic approach, encouraging critical thinking about how we perceive migration.

coLab Toolkit

This European collaboration tackled the issue of integration and advancement of refugees in their receiving countries by inviting them to share their skills and expertise with university students.