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Community activists and academics are to converge to analyse the recent English riots with the aim of assessing what happened, why and future directions. However, there has been little sustained analysis of the events, their causes and likely consequences. Please note, places are limited and you will need to register to attend.
To register for a place, please email: birmingham15october gmail. He was Deputy Director of Runnymede between and His doctoral studies focused on exclusion from school.
He has been Chair of governors at a South London primary school, Chair of Naz Project London which provides sexual health and HIV prevention and support services to various minority ethnic communities , and a Trustee of Stonewall, and the Equality and Diversity Forum, and a member of the Commission on Public Services. Dr Sam Farooq is a researcher and lecturer in Sport, Outreach and Development at the University of Gloucestershire, and an advisory board member to the Centre for Sport and Spirituality.
Her current research interests lie in evaluating if and how sport can act as an agent for social, cultural, political, ideological change s in the lives of ex-offenders, disenfranchised youth, and those on the periphery of crime across urban cities of Birmingham, Coventry and the London boroughs.
Leading the fight for human rights has resulted in Maxie being bestowed with the National Active Community Award in His research is an ethnography exploring new Muslim identity formation in inner-city Birmingham, where he grew up and now lives. His PhD research is based around three East London youth clubs. The themes for the research are racism, youth culture and how young people live publicly.
Malcolm is also Editor of the online journal Critical Contemporary Culture.
Dr Alana Lentin is a political sociologist and social theorist. She is currently focusing on the perceived crisis of multiculturalism.
Sajida Madni has been working as a professional organiser for the past 6 years with Birmingham Citizens. Skip to navigation. Thursday 30 May at 6. Followed by drinks reception.
This talk examines the narratives of professional transnational Muslim women of Turkish, Pakistani and Indian heritage living and working in Britain. She is known internationally for her pioneering research on race, gender and identity in education.
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She uses postcolonial and black feminist theoretical frameworks to explore social justice, human rights and equality issues for Muslim, black and minority ethnic women. Her current work explores debates on multicultural education, ethnicity and citizenship, and cultural and religious difference, including islamophobia and gendered violence.
Her most recent book is 'Respecting Difference: Race, faith and culture for teacher educators'. Heidi was conferred with an award for achievements in academia as part of the celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of the independence of Trinidad and Tobago in The event is free and open to all. To register, please email Yasmeen at y.