A collaboration led by researchers at DDH and CMCI to develop arts-, research- and community-based responses to anti-Asian racism has been recognised with a King’s Engaged Research Award in the Local Collaborations category:
I, Human: Becoming Visible (IHBV) was a collaborative, creative project organised by King’s College London; City, University of London and Moongate Productions, working with students, community members, performers and artists of East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) heritages. The IHBV project was conceived in response to anti-Asian racism that has seen a surge since Covid-19. It engendered a caring forum for ESEA communities to come together to celebrate, create and build resistance and solidarity.
Further details can be found here.