Hari Reed, Research Assistant for Refugee History, took her refugee awareness-raising exhibition Protestimony to the Edinburgh Fringe festival this year. Her organisation IMAGINE constructed six camp-style shelters in a corner of Summerhall, the central Fringe venue for political performance and visual art.

Hari Reed, Research Assistant for Refugee History, is interviewed by Ewan Allinson for Summerhall Radio about the politics of refugee storytelling, the importance of social media as a platform for grassroots perspectives and the role of art in the Calais camp.

Refugee History Editor Dr Becky Taylor participated this week in an event at Stranger's Hall, Norwich. The day featured an exhibition tour and an 'in conversation’ aimed at better understanding the relationships between migration, inequalities and political attitudes in the UK in general and Great Yarmouth in particular.