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Alex Mvuka Ntung

Head of Education, Inclusion and Participation

Migrant Help UK

Email: a***@***.org

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Migrant Help UK

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Expert Advisory and Research Services, UK


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Policy Advisor - Community Cohesion Strategy


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www.migranthelpuk.org

This is the story of Alex Ntung which is the foundation for a talk he will give at the British Museum in London on Friday, 24 June as part of events to mark Refugee Week across the UK.
Entitled Between Two Worlds, the talk tells the story not just of his escape from his home in the Democratic Republic of Congo via Rwanda to the UK, but how migrants to Britain often contribute their own rich and valuable culture to the communities they become part of. It perfectly encapsulates the theme of Refugee Week this year, which is Welcome. Alex is Head of Education for Migrant Help UK, the country's largest charity offering advice and support services to vulnerable migrants, asylum seekers and refugees. Alex said: "I was made to feel welcome when I arrived in the UK though it was a very traumatic time for me.


www.migranthelpuk.org

Two classes of children aged nine and ten, met with the charity's Head of Education Alex Ntung and education specialist Dr Jonathan Barnes.
Alex, a former refugee himself, said: "I was very moved by the messages the students came up with.


www.migranthelpuk.org

Devised and written by educationalists Dr Jonathan Barnes and Alex Ntung, it is a comprehensive pack for cross curriculum teaching about migration and diversity in the UK.
At an Association for Citizenship Teaching ceremony during its national conference on June 28, Jonathan and Alex received the award from Scott Harrison, the chair of the National Association of Citizenship Teaching.


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We now envisage the event becoming a much-valued part of Hastings annual calendar.' Alex Ntung, Community Cohesion Officer, Hastings Borough Council


sussexcoast.ac.uk

Alex Ntung, Hastings Borough Council's community cohesion officer, said: 'In its third year, this year the Eat Global festival in Hastings was once again very successful.'


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