CRRE hosts meeting of the Runnymede Trust's 'Academic Forum'
- Room 524, School of Education
- Thursday 5 March 2015 (11:30-15:30)
For more information and to register visit http://www.runnymedetrust.org/news/595/391/Academic-Forum-Meeting-Race-in-Education.html
The CRRE was pleased to host a meeting of the Runnymede Trust’s ‘Academic Forum’ - a group of leading academics met to discuss policy ideas on issues relating to race equality. This meeting was open to all and aimed to encourage a sharing of views on the current situation as the General Election draws closer.
Presentations on the day included:
- Professor David Gillborn (University of Birmingham): The Monsterization of Race Equality: how hate became honourable
- Nadena Doherty (University of Keele): Black History Month and Black History with Key Stage 3 Students in England: A Critical Race Theory Approach
- Robin Richardson (Insted): Narrative, nation and classrooms - the latest twists and turns in a perennial debate
- Professor Hakim Adi (University of Chichester): Why is History such an unpopular subject for black students and teachers?