Published in: HomeBelfast is welcoming refugees with a radical new approach: speaking to them
We’re having different conversations about immigration, race and community. They are successful, and fun, and they could change the world.
Published in: 50.50Belonging in Northern Ireland: portraits of the individual migrant
A new art project is challenging Belfast’s reputation as the ‘race hate capital of the UK’, revealing an important gap between the presentation of migrants as a political category and their own experience and identities, says Sonia Banaszczyk.
Published in: openDemocracyUKCovering the conflict: Human rights and journalism in Northern Ireland
Did journalists do enough to defend human rights during the troubles in Northern Ireland? That was a key question in a fascinating debate in Belfast last week under the auspices of Amnesty International and Féile an Phobail.