The three research projects are:
- "Life is not just normal as before":Covid-19 and digital service provision in the charity sector
- Working with Emotions in Digital Spaces
- Innovative Technologies and Digital Equality: Supporting Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children to Achieve Digital Proficiency.
The first documented the digital experiences of asylum-seeking young people and practitioners since the Covid-19 pandemic. The second addressed the issue of working with emotions online in service provision and the third promoted digital equality for young asylum seekers and refugees.
Georgie Wemyss - Co-director of the Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging
Zena Wood & Phil Godsiff - DEAS Network, University of Exeter
Giorgia Doná - Co-director of the Centre for Migration, Refugees and Belonging (UEL)
Tiago Brandão - Psychotherapist and Supervisor UKCP and BACP registered
Roxanne Nanton & Chiara Cestaro - Refugee Studies MA graduates (UEL) and Refugee Council
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