Counselling, Psychology, Social Psychology

Children’s language brokering across places and spaces

By Sarah Crafter, first published as part of the Year of #Mygration OU series. "Samir was 13 years old when I first met him. He had arrived in the UK from Afghanistan some years earlier. He was reluctant to talk in class about his home language, as some of the other pupils would call him a… Continue reading Children’s language brokering across places and spaces

Counselling, Psychology, Social Psychology

Being a young interpreter

Sarah Crafter recently wrote a post with Humera Iqbal about being a young interpreter for the Migration Museum Project. We've reproduced the post here. To read the project's full series on the experience of running workshops with young people and schoolchildren, check out their website. ‘When I was small and I moved in Milan, I used… Continue reading Being a young interpreter