Principal Investigator for five international peer reviewed special edition journals, with critical socio-historiographical policy analysis of 24 nation states groundwork cases with additional comparative international analyses:
- China, Egypt, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guyana, Hungary, India, Iraq, Israel (Arab perspective), Israel (Jewish perspective), Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Lebanon, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Republic of Ireland, Russia, United States:
Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology International leading expert commissioned to research and give lecture on: School leadership and management policy and the training of the school leader in English reforms through the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) with translator. Lecture translated into Japanese and published in National Educational Research Policy Institute Publication
Taysum, A. (2014) ‘School leadership and management policy and the training of the school leader in English reforms through the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL)’. Published in National Institution for Education Policy Research (in Japanese), available at: https://www.nier.go.jp/05_kenkyu_seika/pdf_seika/h26/3-3_all.pdf pp. 128-144. Corpus ID: 156238972
Japanese Educational Administration Society and Korean Educational Administration Society, Japan. Historiography of English Education Policy. Commissioned research and travel to Japan and hotel expenses on: Rethinking the Global Trends of Education Governance Reforms: Experiences over the Past Few Decades in England. 300,000 Japanese Yen October 2013.
Taysum, A. (2013) Rethinking the Global Trends of Education Governance Reforms: Experiences over the Past Few Decades in England Presented to Japan Educational Administration Society, and International Relation Committee of the Society in Half-day International Symposium Rethinking the Global Trends of Education Governance Reforms: Experiences over the Past Few Decades in England, The U.S., South Korea, and Japan. Kyoto.
Japan-UK Education Forum in Kyoto, Japan. Commissioned research into early years policy in England. 50,000 Japanese Yen October 2013 output: Taysum, A. (2014) ‘English Policies for Early Years Children and their implications for primary education provision and economic returns on investment’ in Japan-UK Education Forum (18).
Principal Investigator British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) Doctoral Research Interest Group Seminar Series funded by BELMAS £10,000. Funding as Convener with £2000 per annum to 2020 to deliver 3 international seminars per year. continue seminars. Forthcoming events include Dr Rosangela Malachias talking about African Brazilian Epistemology for Training Principals and Teachers from Public Schools in São Paulo’ at the University of Leicester, 5th July 2019.
Convener of British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS) Student Research Network £2000.00 per annum to deliver three international seminars per year 2016-2020. Recent events include Policy and the Future of Publicly Funded Faith Schools with Prof Richard Pring, Prof Gerald Grace, Dr David Aldridge and Dr Alison Taysum, 2019.
Research Meeting at Marlborough House, Invited by the Commonwealth Secretariat, May, 2019.
Research Meeting with Antoine Rappel EU Liaison Officer, Washington and Sebastien Vandehouk EU Officer, Washington, DC. 2016.
Research Meeting with Attorney General Office lawyers at Attorney General Office in Washington to discuss engagement with local communities and legal bodies to co-create vibrant societies for community cohesion, and economic growth, 2016.
Invited to Research Meeting European Parliament Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) Brussels, 2016.
British Educational Leadership, Management, Administration and Leadership Doctoral Research Interest Group on 11th April 2018 in Chicago with Senior Chicago Public School leaders to get feedback on Impact Strategy to emerge from research project and book to underpin submission of next bid. Global Kitchens, Southside Chicago, April, 2018.
Consultancy; Commissioned to write and deliver a forty hour module in Research Methods Training for doctoral students at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Kazakhstan. October – November 2015.
Strategies That Facilitate Multidisciplinary Teams Empower Teacher Leadership of Education Health Care Plans (EHCPs) Alison Taysum Chair, Micho Moyo: Team Manager for Safeguarding & Social Care Lead for EHCPs, Birmingham Children Trust. Dr Helen Goodyear, Consultant Pediatrician at Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, and an Associate Postgraduate Dean for Health Education England working across the West Midlands. MAT Executive Headteacher Ms Rubina Darr, Social Services Lead Ms Silvia Thompson, EHCP Reviewer Teacher Leaders Mrs Elizabeth Bradley-Adams & Mrs Pod Serge, Preparing for Adulthood Team 26th April public event to be re-arranged due to COVID 19 lock down, 2019.
Invited Taysum, A. (2017) Developing Shared World Views of all Faiths and None; seeking an overarching ethical framework. Indonesian Embassy, London, September.
Fawsett, T. (Chair and Speaker), Popat, S. (co-ordinator and speaker), Collins Ayanlaja, C. (Speaker)., Lane, R. (Sergeant and Dedicated Neighbourhood Team Belgrave and Rushey Mead Beats and Speaker, Taysum, A. (Convener and Speaker) (2016) ‘Empowering Trust and Community Cohesion’, Leicester: Brahma Kumaris Harmony House.
Taysum, A., Collins-Ayanlaja, C., & Popat, S. (2016). Symposium on Community Cohesion and Love. Leicester: Brahma Kumaris Harmony House
Baroness Varma, S., Blackham, P., Taysum, A. Pezzano-Griffiths, M., and Goodman, M. (2019) International Women’s Day Panel Balance 4 Better. Leicester: Brahma Kumaris Harmony House.
Invited to Symposium on Sustainable Schools (SOSS) Seminar on Jim Callaghan’s 1976 Ruskin College Speech held at the House of Lords on 17th November 2016, delegate.