Sarah Crafter talks about a new collaborative project she is involved in “Empowering Young Language Brokers for Inclusion in Diversity” (EYLBID) coordinated by the MIRAS research group of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. When children and young people migrate to a new country it may take them a little while to learn a new language. School… Continue reading Empowering young interpreters across Europe
Professor Sarah Crafter has published a short blog for her project ‘Children Caring on the Move’ (CCoM). In her blog she offers some personal reflections on the challenges of researching at the point of coronavirus lockdown and how ‘care’ was never more important. You can read Sarah's reflections here https://ccomstudy.com/index.php/2020/04/17/researching-during-coronavirus-lockdown/
This November, Professor Sarah Crafter, a member of the School research collaboration CuSP, was involved in a range of activities relating to her academic scholarship, dissemination of her work on child language brokers and her ESRC funded project called 'Children Caring on the Move'. Sarah launched her new book 'Developmental transitions: Stability and change across… Continue reading What do professors do all day?
Professor Sarah Crafter from the School writes about building international relationships for developing a funding proposal for a European research bid. She points out the relevance of the psychology of social relationships to the process of developing new psychology research. It started with a text from an Italian friend, whom I had known for a… Continue reading Writing a research grant proposal – developing collegial relationships
Children on the move: Unsettling narratives of care, childhood, and the migration ‘crisis’: A joint symposium between the Open University and UCL Prof. Sarah Crafter is working in collaboration with a team at UCL on an International Symposium focusing on the ways in which care, childhood and migration are conceptualised and how these have important… Continue reading Invitation to take part in an event: