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Good hair: perceptions of racism activity icon

Education & Development

Good hair: perceptions of racism

How does racism manifest itself in schools and workplaces? Explore the policies that discriminate against Black and Minority Ethnic communities in this immersive film interactive.

Activity
30 mins
The American Civil Rights Movement free course icon level 1: introductory icon

History & The Arts

The American Civil Rights Movement

In this free course, The American Civil Rights Movement, you will learn about the mass movement for racial equality in the United States that reached its zenith during the 1950s and 1960s. During this turbulent period in United States history, black Americans sought to overturn deeply entrenched systems of racial segregation and ...

Free course
3 hrs
Black Blue Plaques video icon

Languages

Black Blue Plaques

This film explores the under-representation of Black heritage and the linguistic landscape in relation to Blue Plaques.

Video
5 mins
Introducing music research free course icon level 3: advanced icon

History & The Arts

Introducing music research

Introducing music research provides you with insights into the wide variety of possibilities for studying music at postgraduate level. In this free course you will explore diverse musical topics through four themes: inclusions and exclusions, practice, technology, and community. You will encounter music from different times, places and genres ...

Free course
12 hrs
‘Nobody can say to me that I can’t do it’: Exploring the study journey of female students from South Asian backgrounds article icon

Education & Development

‘Nobody can say to me that I can’t do it’: Exploring the study journey of female students from South Asian backgrounds

Significant differences in the good pass awarding gap between White and Asian students studying in higher education are well documented. In our university context this good pass awarding gap significantly appears in the final level of study. Why is this and what can we do about it?

Article
5 mins
Eid al-Fitr article icon

History & The Arts

Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is a major Islamic holiday, marking the end of Ramadan. Find out more about the ‘lesser Eid’ in this article.

Article
5 mins
Holi: The festival of colours, the festival of diversity article icon

History & The Arts

Holi: The festival of colours, the festival of diversity

Holi is celebrated as the Festival of colour, love and spring. Shonil Bhagwat explores this Hindu festival's links to diversity of nature, people and culture in this article.

Article
5 mins
Ramadan: What do you need to know? article icon

Education & Development

Ramadan: What do you need to know?

How can you make your workplace more inclusive during Ramadan? Asif Sadiq MBE, Senior Vice President and Head of Equity and Inclusion at Warner Media International, explains in this article.

Article
10 mins
Ramadan Mubarak! article icon

History & The Arts

Ramadan Mubarak!

The holy month of Ramadan, determined by the lunar cycle, runs from 11th March - 10th April this year. Discover how this isn't just a time for abstaining but a time for celebration while showing devotion to Islam.

Article
10 mins
Introduction to Arabic free course icon level 1: introductory icon

Education & Development

Introduction to Arabic

In this free course you will learn the Arabic alphabet, vowels, and also a little bit about the history of the Arabic language.

Free course
4 hrs
Decolonising Religious Studies and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion article icon

History & The Arts

Decolonising Religious Studies and promoting equality, diversity and inclusion

Suzanne Newcombe reflects on how the Religious Studies department at The Open University tried to make their module more inclusive and relatable to the diverse student demographic.

Article
25 mins
Empires: power, resistance, legacies free course icon level 1: introductory icon

History & The Arts

Empires: power, resistance, legacies

Empires have existed throughout most of human history. They have spanned the globe. They have influenced the way we are governed, our systems of trade, how we use technology, our relationships with the natural world. They have shaped how we have seen, mapped and divided the world. They have profoundly affected how we have understood and ...

Free course
8 hrs