Choose from the list below to hear the presentations given at the Runnymede workshop of the Living Together conference in June 2010
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Engaging with multiculturalism in Greek Cypriot primary schools
Evgenia Partasi, of the University of Bristol, asks how children in Greek Cypriot primary schools are engaging with multiculturalism, in an increasingly diverse and divided society.
Part of the gang or Jackie Chan?
Ada Mau, of Roehampton University, investigates how language and accent affect second and third generation British Chinese pupils’ participation in the educational system and their ‘communities’
Educational strategies and migration patterns: the case of Bulgarian students in London
Irina Chongarova-Aron, of Roehampton University, discusses the Bulgarian government's strategies to attract Bulgarian students who have decided to stay in London back to their home country