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Embodied Intersectionality and British South Asian Muslim Women article icon

Society, Politics & Law

Embodied Intersectionality and British South Asian Muslim Women

What is embodied intersectionality and how might certain stereotypes affect veil-wearing British South Asian Muslim women? Rashida Bibi explores…

Article
10 mins
Ethnicity as a Learning Tool article icon

Education & Development

Ethnicity as a Learning Tool

How can students have an effective learning experience and attain good grades, irrespective of their ethnicities? Dr Manfusa Shams explores three challenges relating to this... 

Article
10 mins
Beginners’ Tamil: a taster course free course icon level 1: introductory icon

Languages

Beginners’ Tamil: a taster course

This free course, Beginners’ Tamil: a taster course, provides a brief introduction to the Tamil language and its scripts and sounds. You will learn how to greet people and introduce yourself, as well as how to count from one to ten. You will also be introduced to Tamil society and culture and will learn about the food and music popular in ...

Free course
4 hrs
The life of Mama Elouise Edwards video icon

History & The Arts

The life of Mama Elouise Edwards

From her birth in Georgetown, British Guiana, to her MBE for services to the Manchester community, this article explores the extraordinary life of Mama Elouise Edwards...

Video
15 mins
'A Rose By Any Other Name...': The Importance of Words when it comes to Race article icon

Education & Development

'A Rose By Any Other Name...': The Importance of Words when it comes to Race

Siobhan Halliday looks at politically correct terms to do with race and reflects on her experiences with casual racism as a member of the Irish Catholic Community.

Article
10 mins
The Tulsa Race Massacre article icon

Society, Politics & Law

The Tulsa Race Massacre

The Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 saw between 39-300 people killed and 10,000 African Americans made homeless after two days of state violence. So why have we only begun to hear about this recently? Dr David Scott explores.

Article
10 mins
Working with diversity in services for children and young people free course icon level 3: advanced icon

Education & Development

Working with diversity in services for children and young people

This free course, Working with diversity in services for children and young people, will provide you with an understanding of the ways in which diverse and intersecting social identities structure the lives and experiences of children and young people, and the implications of those identities for professional practice. Although designed ...

Free course
8 hrs
Challenging ideas in mental health free course icon level 2: intermediate icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

Challenging ideas in mental health

Take a new and different look at mental health. This free course, Challenging ideas in mental health, invites you to think differently about life's dilemmas by taking account of the views of all concerned, especially people experiencing mental distress. It explores ideas and practice in mental health, and will appeal to a wide range of people.

Free course
8 hrs
Black Majority Churches (BMCs) and the transformation of British Christianity video icon

History & The Arts

Black Majority Churches (BMCs) and the transformation of British Christianity

John Maiden explores Black and Minority Ethnic expressions of the Christian tradition while Sheena Daley gives a personal reflection on Black Christian Churches...

Video
40 mins
Reflecting on Race at The Open University video icon

Education & Development

Reflecting on Race at The Open University

This collection of videos from a conference during Black History Month reflects on race and ethnicity at The Open University.

Video
3 hrs
Helen Cammock and the art of storytelling video icon

Languages

Helen Cammock and the art of storytelling

The artist Helen Cammock discusses how her art has transformed from using herself as a conduit for conversations about race to ‘the collective’ in this film. In the article below Philip Seargeant explores how art can operate as a form of storytelling, different to political or media storytelling.

Video
10 mins
Climate change in the global South: Bangladesh and Senegal article icon

Nature & Environment

Climate change in the global South: Bangladesh and Senegal

The films on this page explore climate change in two countries: Bangladesh in south Asia, and Senegal in west Africa.

Article
10 mins