ESEA heritage month resourcesA Resource Package for Universities and Workplaces

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in or organising a public lecture/debate/seminar


One of a series of lectures highlighting ESEA (East and Southeast Asian) academics in the UK and their work with ESEA communities. The series aims to raise awareness of ESEA academics and their work and create opportunity for academics to enhance the impact of their work, bring it to a wider audience and become more publicly recognised. This project is part of a wider project Responding to COVID-19 Anti-Asian Racial Violence through Community Creativity, Care, Solidarity and Resistance. Building on the previous three years’ work with East and Southeast Asians (ESEAs) communities in the UK, this project will co-research and co-create educational resources on ESEAs to begin building a sustainable infrastructure of knowledge and representation. This is important as ESEAs are an invisible and overlooked group and there is very little public and academic knowledge on these communities.
Period1 Sept 202331 Aug 2024
Event typeOther
LocationLondon, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational