Ideas, insight and dialogue at the Centre

Past Projects

Anti-Racist Partnership Agreement

University processes play a significant role in reinforcing hierarchical power dynamics in partnership work. Creating more equitable processes is therefore a key priority for the

Past Projects

Decolonising Education

SHARE is a group of Sheffielders working together to advance anti-racist education in our city. They connect local staff working in education, governors, parents, unions, students, educationalists and anti-racists. In partnership, they share resources and good practice, and support others in areas such as curriculum development, training provision and whole-school development.

Anti Racist Blog

Positionality killed the PhD

Note: in the spirit of ‘imagining otherwise’, this blog post will be written in the rambling, unfiltered prose of the writer. It will serve to imagine a world in which academic spaces are filled with people acknowledging their true selves, empowered to no longer conform to a standard that does not reflect who they are.

Anti Racist Blog

Why Have Another Anti-Racist Blog

We are expected to critically analyse our rage, write books on racism and give powerful speeches in overtly white panels where we are invited only to be able to add to the conversation, never direct it. Rather than feeling rage, anger or pain, we are told to make sense of it through the same structures (education/universities) that promise us our freedom(s).

Archived

A Note on Language

A statement from the Centre for Equity & Inclusion team on the use and challenges of language in this project.

Archived

Hopes and Fears for the Centre for Equity & Inclusion

In advance of the Centre for Equity & Inclusion official launch, Dr Alex Rajinder Mason shares his ambitions for the Centre and why he thinks it is important. He also highlights his fears about project managing something that could be exploited and used to reinforce the status quo.  

We Want To Hear From You

Anti Racist Blog

We are inviting PGRs of colour to submit proposals for creative pieces that can feature on the anti-racist blog.

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