This resource bank is designed for all staff in higher education who work with international students and is intended as a space for reflecting on and sharing teaching practices.
The community-based education and empowerment collective EOTO has realized through grassroots research the first German Afrozensus to understand how BPOC are affected by discrimination in Germany.
Experiences from the Dominican Republic are drawn upon to explore the ways in which some people come to inhabit certain identities.
The generous hospitality of plundered objects hosted in galleries and museums is contrasted against the methods used to obtain the objects and the subsequent treatment of the true owners.
Azoulay discusses his exhibition Errata at the Tàpies Foundation in which he attempted to highlight and intervene in the imperial grammar of photographic archives.
The writer Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o reflects on language and from where and for whom knowledge is generated.
A reflection on the need for a structural overview of racism in order to generate political transformation.
A reflection on the security paradigm of democracy in europe and its effects on persecution, criminalization and death of the immigrant and racialized populations.
A manifesto for tackling ethnic profiling by police forces.
In the NUS Black Students Campaign National Students Survey, it was found that, "42% did not believe their curriculum reflected issues of diversity, equality and discrimination" leading the NUS to propose a set of recommendations.
List of resources from the decolonising education campaign of the National Union of Students (UK) that discuss why we must decolonise university from an antiracist perspective.
Resource list of good practices for promoting equity and inclusion by facilitating access to learners with under-represented and disadvantaged backgrounds.
In this TEDx talk, Melz, the Education Officer at the University of Leeds, shares her insights of the current curriculum in our generation speaking from experience in the form of both talking and rapping.
Toolkit of the key elements of creative activism. It is organized through differemt sections: Stories, Tactics, Principles, Theories and Methodologies.
Desde el Margen (From the Margins) is an activist magazine for the dissemination of alternative voices, actions and experiences, led by a diverse editorial team.
A comprehensive guide to identifying, addressing and working to resolve acts of racist discrimination against people of African descent in Universities.
A a growing collection of maps which, in some way, help us to challenge our relationships with the land, people, and state.
The impact of immigration legislation on the UK’s ‘everyday borders’ was among the topics discussed at a special panel and film screening at Northumbria University.
An open source starter guide to help you become a more thoughtful and effective ally.
A short introduction to colonialism and imperialism and the appearance of colonialist ideology in culture; the processes and historical justifications for colonialism and empire; and how the ideology manifested itself within education under direct rule in India.
A looks at how core ideas of post-colonialism can be used to analyse cultural texts through the critical lens of postcolonial theory, using James Cameron's 2009 film Avatar and Ryan Coogler's 2018 film Black Panther as examples.
An intro to Gramsci and his neomarxist theory of hegemony and how this concept has influenced contemporary social theory, political theory and cultural theory.
An introduction to Ethnocentrism and cultural relativism in group and out group
An interactive passport ranking tool that showcases, educates and informs the public on the power passports transcend on the holder’s identity, opportunity, mobility and overall quality of life.
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