The Community, Identity and Displacement Research Network (CIDRN) is a public intellectual space where research activities are encouraged and promoted. This broad network aims to draw together and foster scholarly investigation of new diasporas and changing meanings of displacement and identity. It is an intellectual space where new questions about indigeneity, racism, refugees, sense of place, social inclusion, social justice, transnationalism and xenophobia can be raised, debated and discussed.
The aim of this podcast is to showcase the ways in which people and communites shape places of creativity, empowerment, discovery, repair and develop connections to cultural identity and wellbeing.
This first series are seven conversations from the project: Documenting Community-Based Arts Approaches to Foster Social Connectedness and Health Equity
The creatives are in conversation with Chris Sonn and Matthew Klugman