Shining a light on Universities of Sanctuary and Access to Higher Education in Ireland
The Centre for Engaged Research, has the pleasure of inviting you to a new edition of DCU Centre for Engaged Research Lecture Series 2022.
The next lecture in this series is entitled
by Dr Veronica Crosbie (DCU), Lucky Khambule (Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland) and Shepherd Machaya (DCU student)
Veronica Crosbie is Assistant Professor in Migration and Intercultural Studies in SALIS, Dublin City University. She is the current Chair of the MA Refugee Integration.
Lucky Khambule is activist for the rights of asylum seekers, migrants and refugee communities in Ireland and a passionate community worker. He is one of the founding members of MASI-Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland.
Shepherd Machaya is student of the Bachelor of Science in Management of Information Technology and Information Systems at DCU. He is one of the first 15 Asylum seekers to be awarded a Sanctuary Scholarship in Ireland by Dublin City University in 2017
The lecture will outline the higher education landscape from the perspective of those from refugee-like backgrounds who seek to study for a diploma or degree in higher education in Ireland.
When: Wednesday, 08th June 2022
Time: 12.30 pm