Unesco Chair for Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts (UnescoRILA) based at the University of Glasgow, is delighted to partner on the people’s summit.
The goals of the partnership chime especially strongly with our work in MIDEQ (Migration for Development and Equality). Our work looks at and explores multilingual research, creative resistance and well-being, all vital components of a new Eco-Social World.
We are all radically dependent on one another: we must include creativity and creative resistance in our ways of working. The new Eco-Social World will be built by politicians, but also by ‘poet-icians’. You can find out more about UnescoRILA at https://www.gla.ac.uk/research/az/une… Music Credit: Epidemic Sound ‘Ostinato’ by Vieveri