Special Event – Musicians Without Borders Training on Singing as an Arts-Based Method in Migrant Health Research
November 12 - November 14
Following their hugely successful training programme, ‘Singing as a Tool for Community Building in Changing Societies’ in Spring, 2021, Musicians Without Borders (MWB) will offer an immersive training on ‘Singing as an Arts-Based Method in Migrant Health Research’ from 12-14 November, 2021. Established in May 1999 by founderdirector Laura Hassler, MWB is the world’s pioneer in using music for peacebuilding and social change. In 2020, MWB formed a partnership with PART-IM, a HRI funded cluster dedicated to the role of music in migrant health and wellbeing research. This training opportunity is open to anyone who completed the Spring training programme and will also include contributions from members of the PART-IM research cluster.