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

New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy: Delivery Plan 2024-2026 (2024) - sets out the actions that the Scottish Government, Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA) and Scottish Refugee Council will take forward with partners during the period 2024 to 2026 to support the integration of refugees, people seeking asylum and other forced migrants within Scotland’s communities

New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy 2024 (2024) - strategy supporting the integration of refugees, people seeking asylum and other forced migrants within Scotland’s communities, led jointly by the Scottish Government, COSLA and Scottish Refugee Council

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

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

Key recommendations from the Art-Lab review (2020) - presented on the 10th of December 2020 during "Art-Lab #4 - The imperative of cultural justice: arts for inclusion, equity and human rights"

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

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

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)

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)

The New Scots Refugee Integration Strategy: A report on the local and international dimensions of integrating refugees in Scotland - Download the report here.