Our '30 minutes with ...' online sessions are open to all and involve School of SSESW colleagues and doctoral research students giving a short presentation on their research and their funding application plans, followed by Q&A and discussion with participants. These highly successful sessions support networking and engagement between colleagues from different disciplinary groups who share related research interests.
In this session, SSESW academic Aisling O'Boyle presents on Gathering evidence on the impact of COVID-19 on pre-existing community programmes supporting the social integration and English language education of migrants, refugee and asylum-seekers.
This is one of a series of 30 minute research sessions running this academic year. The events are open and may be of interest to researchers or students from across the University and elsewhere. Registration is required in order to be sent a link to join the session. Please contact Eileen Gray at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.