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2 June 2023
Free Movement, limited: Getting to the heart of what it means to be European
It's Episode 2 of our podcast collaboration with Who do we think we are? launches. We’re talking Freedom of Movement, its role in making Europeans and a European community, and the experiences of people who have lost their FOM rights due to Brexit.
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5 May 2023
From the pomp and circumstance of the coronation to the fanfare of Eurovision
Announcing the release of the first episode of the podcast 'Who do we think we are? presents "Global Britain"'. We’re talking Eurovision, the Coronation and the Commonwealth Games as we consider how EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the EU make sense of ‘Global Britain’ and its imagined communities.
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6 June 2022
Who do we think we are? Podcast - Series 2 launches with a bumper episode all about the Nationality and Borders Act
What is the UK’s Nationality and Borders Act? How does it relate to previous acts concerned with nationality and immigration legislation? What is the back story to some of the central changes that this act introduces? We cover all of this and more in this bumper episode to mark the start of Series 2 of Who do we think we are?
13 May 2022
NEW EPISODE Who do we think we are? Beyond the headlines with ... Yvonne Su
Latest episode from Who do we think we are? Take a listen to the Beyond the Headlines, where hosts Michaela Benson and Ala Sirriyeh take a deep dive into the headlines about how countries are responding to Ukrainian refugees with Dr Yvonne Su, York University.
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28 February 2022
Who do we think we are? Episode 9