Enterprise, Engagement and Impact Activities
2020 - Written evidence to Parliament’s Select Committee on Covid-19 and Education (section 7)
May 2020 - Interviewed on The UK Breakfast Show (radio), ‘Education and its future under the pandemic’
May 2027 - Interviewed on BBC1 (TV), The Big Questions, ‘Can White People Experience Racism?’
Selected Invited Presentations
Decolonising Methodologies, Curricula, and Institutions across Time and Disciplines. Dr Jawiria Naseem was invited to present the decolonising curriculum project at the Institute of Advanced Studies in April 2022. She discussed 1) how (or whether) activists of decolonisation appeal to previous decolonising initiatives in the field of education, and, if they do, how this shapes their current decolonising activities; and 2) how activists of decolonisation have addressed the challenge of confronting the apparently value-neutral analytic tools of research and teaching in the field of education.
Naseem, J. (2022) ‘‘La France est raciste’: les pakistanaises et leurs experiences sur le marché du travail en France’, invited presentation, Le Réseau Professionel des Pakistanais Francophones, Paris (France), March.
Kitching, K. and Naseem, J. (2022), ‘Race Equality in Schools in the Wake of COVID-19’, invited presentation, University of Birmingham School, Birmingham (UK), January.
Naseem, J. (2021), ‘Covid-19, Education and Inclusive Digital Future’, invited presentation, Atlas Grad Institute, Istanbul (Turkey), February.
Naseem, J. (2020), ‘Educational and social experiences of minority ethnic children and families during Covid-19 lockdown’, invited presentation, Birmingham Education Partnership-Education Matters Conference, Birmingham (UK), September.
Naseem, J. (2018), ‘Being a Second Generation Muslim Women in the French Labour Market’, Muslim Women in Western Labour Markets Symposium, Doha Institute of Graduate Studies, Doha (Qatar), April.