Art-based, narrative research with unaccompanied migrant children living in Johannesburg, South Africa

Published: 2019
Author: Glynis Clacherty

Migrant children are often represented through stereotypical narratives by media, governments and even researchers. These representations range from institutional narratives that reduce their experience to “pre-flight, flight, post flight” to psychological narratives that can represent them as traumatized victims of war.