All in! Regularising ethnic presence in the curriculum
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All in! Regularising ethnic presence in the curriculum

All in! Regularising ethnic presence in the curriculum is a collaborative project between the University of Nottingham and the University of Birmingham, funded by the Education Partnership Fund. The project runs September 2019 – August 2020.

This project takes a curriculum-based approach to the undergraduate attainment gap between white and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students in the disciplines of philosophy and politics. 

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News

Reflections: The 'essay mills' of Kenya

Description
Discussion on how the growing trade in ghost-written essays from Kenya has similarities with colonialism
Date:
24 October 2019

Reflections: Sandew Hira's decolonial review

Description
All in! Research Fellow Vipin Chauhan reflect's on the critique of the University of Amsterdam's Commission for Diversity 2016 report
Date:
24 October 2019

Glasgow University to pay back slave trade profits

Description
The University had benefited by millions of pounds.
Date:
06 September 2019

Events

Decolonising Curricula

Date
18 December 2019 (09:45-12:00)
Location:
D4 Teaching and Learning Building
Description
One day workshop for the All in! project team
 

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All in! Regularising ethnic presence in the curriculum

University of Nottingham
Room C31 Law and Social Sciences
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0)115 84 68165
email: vipin.chauhan@nottingham.ac.uk