The latest issue in the Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change. Volume 7, No 1 is entitled “Enriching BAME staff-student partnerships in higher education” and contains fifteen articles that explore the experiences, creativity and the highs and lows of staff and students from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) groups who are working in partnership to improve the quality of higher education. – https://protect-eu.mimecast.com/s/SeICCGY54fy826T15JbG?domain=journals.studentengagement.org.uk
Research in the Library and Information Profession – Colour Blind: Investigating the racial bias of virtual reference services by Sally Hammer
Experiment by Jane Elliott in 1968.
Jane Elliott’s: “A Class Divided” – Teaching how racism is established in society and its effect. It also shows potential impact on attainment gap.
The “doll test” is a psychological experiment designed in the 1940s in the USA to test the degree of marginalization felt by African American children caused by prejudice, discrimination and racial segregation. Given the considerable increase of the phenomenon of migration in Europe in recent years we decided to re-create the test with Italian children. In fact, thousands of migrants land each year on the Mediterranean coast in search of a better future, some to improve their economic conditions, others are political refugees, fleeing from war zones, discrimination and sometimes ethnic, religious or political persecution. 2015 was considered the year of the ‘invasion’ that threatened to wipe out social, economic and cultural balances in Europe. The increasingly close surveillance of borders and frontiers could determine, however, a risk to definitively annihilate any possibility of dialogue or integration. In every European country live many second, third and fourth generation migrants, who are now fully-fledged citizens of these nations, like these Italian children. Yet, for many, they remain ‘different’, ‘foreigners’, a dangerous definition that, in recent times, could be illegitimately paired with the phenomenon of terrorism. Without a serious political and social change in perspective, we risk dangerously distorting the perception we have of others, and the perception that others have of themselves.
A Fanpage.it production
Video by Luca Iavarone and Raffaello Durso making of: http://www.fanpage.it/gli-effetti-del…
A very interesting BBC special about ‘Being Black at Cambridge’
ITV News Central looks at the attainment gap and implications of top grades.
BBC East Midlands today
Universities UK discusses the attainment Gap through a series of videos
The role of GEM ambassadors
Black applicants least likely to be offered PhD places
Fewer than 1% of UK university professors are black, figures show
UK Black Female Professors
Article from the Tab on Attainment Gap
Article on WONKHE