When a group of students arrives in northern France to spend time with refugees, they are careful to listen and learn. “We don’t say we’re parachuting in to carry out fantastic social work and then just bugger off again,” says Prof Michael Lavalette, who’s overseen three of these trips, as part of Liverpool Hope University’s master’s in social work.
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