Accessible material: I-PIC

Eva Harðardóttir, Berglind Rós Magnúsdóttir, „Moving in the dark“: Exploring representations of refugee youth through Icelandic public policy documents and teachers narratives, Icelandic Review of

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Global Citizenship Education

Despite Covid related restrictions and challenges the I-PIC team has been working hard on some very exciting elements of our project. In an effort to

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Refugee youth voices

The University of Iceland featured the I-PIC project on its website. Our Icelandic team Professor Ólafur Páll Jónsson, Associate Professor Berglind Rós Magnúsdóttir and Eva

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Work Shop in Iceland


In October 2021 participants in the I-PIC project met for a four day work-shop in Iceland. The workshop took place in Laugarvatn, a charming small town in the Southern part of Iceland. The aim of the work shop was to bring together teachers and researchers in order to develop and share ideas concerning visual and participatory methods with culturally diverse groups of students. All participants worked on visual activities that included taking, analyzing and sharing their own photographs, interrogating different spaces with a photographic expedition and discussing the meaning of inclusion and belonging in different contexts. The results of the work was shared visually on a padlet-page and as a framework of action for teachers to implement visual and participatory pedagogies with their students.    

Some of the photo-work developed and shared by the participants:


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