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Media Image, Community Impact


Assessing the impact of media and political images of refugees and asylum seekers on community relations in London


Report of a pilot research study


Commissioned by the Mayor of London


April 2004

Media Image, Community Impact




is published by

The Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees in the UK (ICAR)

International Policy Institute

King’s College London


A project funded by the Greater London Authority


First published April 2004

Reprinted July 2004


ISBN 0 9547024 2 5


Copyright © King’s College London 2004


King’s College London

Strand

London WC2R 2LS

United Kingdom


Contact details for ICAR

t: 020 7848 2103

e: icar@kcl.ac.uk

www.icar.org.uk


ICAR is an independent information centre that exists to promote understanding of asylum and refugees in the UK context and to encourage information-based debate and policy-making.


The copyright of this publication is owned by King’s College London. The views expressed in this report are those of the authors alone and do not in any way represent the views of the Greater London Authority or King’s College London.


ICAR project team


About the ICAR project team


This research was conducted by a core staff team, based at the Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees, with the guidance of an Academic Director based at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.


Advice was provided and/or additional work undertaken by a number of project advisers and by volunteers. Other agencies were also consulted for their expert opinions. The Greater London Authority (GLA) provided advice and support and set up a project advisory group which met twice to discuss plans and findings.

Project staff


Kirsteen Tait Project Manager, Director, Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees, Kings College London

Dr Roger Grimshaw Academic Director, Research Director, Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, King’s College London

Kate Smart Project Researcher

Barbara Nea Project Assistant

Project advisers


Mike Jempson Director, The MediaWise1 Trust

Rich Cookson Freelance journalist, The MediaWise Trust (conducted interviews with editors)

Dr Terry Threadgold Director of the Tom Hopkinson Centre for Media Research and Head, Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff University

Zafir Behlic Senior Development Officer, Refugee Action, freelance refugee journalist and project consultant (produced focus group materials)

John Retallack Playwright and Director, Company of Angels


ICAR is grateful for the invaluable help received from the following volunteers:

Rachel Puttick who analysed media samples, and

Charlotte Hardie and Alex Perkins for compiling newspaper cuttings.

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