Digital makings of the city of refuge

The project “ Digital makings of the city of refuge” examines how urban communities – established and new – mobilise digitally to respond and manage change in the city, in urban neighbourhoods that receive large number of refugees and migrants. The study examines specific neighbourhoods of each city, which have directly, even if differently, experienced stresses or shocks through new arrivals: Victoria, Athens; Neukölln, Berlin; Harringay, London and Yen Long, Hong Kong and Little Somalia, Los Angeles.

The project is promoted by London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).