Publications

A selection of publications from the UNESCO Chair team, our projects and our colleagues. 

RSE advice paper May 2021 NO: 21–04 Royal Soceity of Edinburgh response to proposed UK Asylum system changes (2021)

Phipps, A. (2021) Decolonising the languages curriculum: linguistic justice for linguistic ecologies. In: Beaven, T., and Rosell-Aguilar, F. (eds.) Innovative Language Pedagogy Report. Research-publishing.net. 

National Value of UNESCO Report (2020) - featuring case study on UNESCO RILA programme

Reducing Inequalities And Decolonising Heritage Practices: People-Centred Approaches
Brief Report from the UK National Commission for UNESCO and PRAXIS at the University of Leeds (2021).

Why Cultural Work with Refugees? In-depth analysis (2017) Research for Culture and Education (CULT) Committee (European Parliament)

Indigenous engagement, research partnerships, and knowledge mobilisation (Think Piece) (Fassetta & Imperiale) part of ESRC/AHRC GCRF Indigenous Engagement programme, (2019)

On the ethics and practice of teaching and researching migration in the political now: A manifesto for change via Critical Pedagogy in the Political Now!

Revisiting Indigenous Engagement, Research Partnerships, and Knowledge Mobilisation - Think Piece (Fassetta & Imperiale) in Indigenous Research Methods: Partnerships, Engagement And Knowledge Mobilisation (2021)

Early career English teacher identity project report: Exploring teacher identity and agency through the Tree of Life approach, Teaching English, Maria Grazia Imperiale, Stephen Mander, Damian Ross (2021)

Seeds of Antiracist Education” – Poem by Tawona Sithole for the Building Racial Literacy Programme. Education Scotland

Zanj: The Journal of Critical Global South Studies - Volume 5, Issue 1/2 (Open Access)
Papers by Tawona Sitholé; Gameli Tordzro; Naa Densua Tordzro; Alison Phipps

UNESCO RILA Phase 2 Interim Report (2020 - 2022)

We need to talk: measuring intercultural dialogue for peace and inclusion (features section 4.4 The Pathway of Culture and Arts  by Prof Alison Phipps)

Anti-Racist Scholarly Reviewing Practices: A Heuristic for Editors, Reviewers, and Authors