Research engagements can play a transformative role by enabling interaction, deeper comprehension, dialogue, evidence gathering and critical questioning of that which matters to migrant and ethnic minority communities and individuals.
Towards this, the MME Council hopes to collate and utilise research with, of and by our communities and related organisations, to better inform and reflect upon its aims to stand against inequality and discrimination and to promote justice and equity. Click on the information below to see more about our current engagements and projects as they develop. Contact us to be part of this process.
Supported by a research project from Queen's University Belfast, this growing archive of collated online resources on various initiatives - past and present - informs our work as a think tank. It is open access for interested citizens, educators, researchers and policymakers.
Contribute to this initiative by making suggestions through the contact form below
We facilitate research-informed discussions, projects and interactions.
The Research, Policy and Advocacy (RPA) Consortium is one forum for doing just that. Follow this link for one of our recent reports.