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Lessons learnt from the Translocality: (im)Mobility in transnational and urban contexts workshop in Johannesburg

 

Kudzai Vanyoro is a Reserach Communications intern for the Migrating out of Poverty RPC, and a blogger, migrant, student, and, by way of this blog post, a translocal. He recently took part in a workshop hosted and run by our partner ACMS with Loren Landau entitled 'Lessons learnt from the Translocality: (im)Mobility in transnational and urban contexts'. 

Read Kudzai's reactions to the workshop and some interesting points on positive migrant and local culture mix in receiving communities and how new media is helping to bridge a gap that changes, well, everything.

Read his blog here:

What does translocality mean and why does it matter? Lessons learnt from the Translocality: (im) Mobility in transnational and urban contexts workshop in Johannesburg

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By: Allison Baldasare
Last updated: Thursday, 21 July 2016

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