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21 October - 17 November
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From the Margins: Zine-Making for Empowerment & Well-Being

Lifelong wellbeing theme

What’s on offer?

Describe the format of event and rough timings (e.g. “10-15 minute live performance by University of Bristol Drama Society students highlighting the issues faced by child refugees in Bristol followed by 45-minute panel discussion on this topic by researchers in our Politics department.”) Aim is to help potential attendees make informed decisions about whether they wish to attend. 

What’s it about?

A brief outline of the topic the event will be about and any particular questions/angles/issues it will address. Any relevant messages about the benefits of attending, what to expect as an attendee

Who’s leading the event?

Iris Lim a researcher examining the lived-experience of governing technologies by marginalised populations, focusing on public sector user-experiences. She hold a Ph.D. in Development Studies from SOAS, University of London, funded by the Korea Foundation Fellowship. Her work advocates for critical policy approaches and building partnerships between universities, policymakers, and communities. She is currently the UK Lead researcher on a 3-year, ESRC funded project examining digital food assistance for marginalised populations in the UK, India, and Sudan.

Open to

The Event is aimed at young people of ages 13 - 18, studying English as their additional language

Of particular interest to

Schools and educational settings for young people with English as an additional language