Knowledge exchange with migrant communities in academic-community collaborations has produced valuable teaching resources. HKU undergraduate students in CCGL9015 Globalization and Migration have made contributions to research projects including Sustainable Sunday Couture and Visualizing the Voices of Migrant Women Workers. Student-created work in SOCI4095/6 Capstone Project in Sociology/Criminology and initiatives, such as The Wandering Voice have also produced creative course content for CCGL9015 Globalization and Migration.
STUDENTS' CAPSTONE FAIR 2017/18
THE SECOND GENERATION OF ASYLUM SEEKERS: ARE "MADE IN HONG KONG" CHILDREN HONG KONGERS?
A documentary in collaboration with asylum-seekers in Hong Kong produced in SOCI4095/6 Capstone Project in Sociology/Criminology, and a resource for CCGL9015 Globalization and Migration.
REFUGEE UNION: SERVING REFUGEES IN HONG KONG
As a Faculty Advisor, I am honored to support these impressive student-led initiatives and organizations that are working to challenge social constructions of the Global South and facilitate media and cultural production by migrants and ethnic minorities in Asia.
PROJECT UNTOUCHABLE GODDESS BY AAMA KO KOSELI
2018-2020 Faculty Advisor
Source: South China Morning Post