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Transition away from school: A framework to support professional understandings (2023)
Journal Article
Gillie, S. (2023). Transition away from school: A framework to support professional understandings. International Journal of Educational and Life Transitions, 2(1), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.5334/ijelt.71

The numbers of children with 'special educational needs' deregistering from UK schools to begin home-education has been increasing. This article is based on findings from a survey of 93 families of such children in England, Scotland and Wales conduct... Read More about Transition away from school: A framework to support professional understandings.

Family transitions, ‘special’ education and home education (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Gillie, S. (2023, September). Family transitions, ‘special’ education and home education. Paper presented at BERA 2023 Conference, Conference Aston/Aston University

Recent years have seen families of certain schoolchildren encouraged to deregister and begin home education. Ofsted (2019) considers the practice to serve a school’s purposes rather than children’s best interests. The Children’s Commissioner (2019) s... Read More about Family transitions, ‘special’ education and home education.

The value of creativity: Architectural divergence & regulatory convergence (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Banou, S., & Hynam, M. (2023, September). The value of creativity: Architectural divergence & regulatory convergence. Paper presented at Architecture of Alterity: Body, Media, Space, Cardiff, Wales

At the beginning of the 2023-24 academic year, the architectural design community in the United Kingdom, is cautiously anticipating the Architect’s Registration Board, to provide the new guidelines and regulations for the delivery of architectural ed... Read More about The value of creativity: Architectural divergence & regulatory convergence.

Diversity and inclusion: Creating a culture of equity in the biosciences (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Adukwu, E. (2023, September). Diversity and inclusion: Creating a culture of equity in the biosciences. Presented at Bioscience Education Summit 2023, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

Abstract: Globally, science remains exclusive and inequalities continue for minoritised communities in the UK, US and across the world. Access to learning resources, quality of learning experiences and graduate outcomes continues to impact minoritise... Read More about Diversity and inclusion: Creating a culture of equity in the biosciences.

Inclusive spaces for neurodivergent/neurominority students in higher education (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Whelan, J. (2023, August). Inclusive spaces for neurodivergent/neurominority students in higher education. Presented at Professional Development Programme, Rwanda

Due to the epistemic, hermeneutical injustice of neurodivergent voices, inclusive language to express and interpret experiences has been excluded from centres of language generation (higher education, journalism, and governance). Through the use of t... Read More about Inclusive spaces for neurodivergent/neurominority students in higher education.

Connecting environment and community: Building students’ capacities as future environmental professionals (2022)
Presentation / Conference
Portus, R., & Williams, S. (2022, November). Connecting environment and community: Building students’ capacities as future environmental professionals. Presented at Transformative Teaching: Focus on Pedagogy 2022, Online

As we find ourselves in a period of environmental emergency, it has become clear that we need to transform environmental management teaching. Critically, we need to prepare students to become professionals who respond to environmental challenges as i... Read More about Connecting environment and community: Building students’ capacities as future environmental professionals.

Hustling, hybridity and changing attitudes to work in the arts (2022)
Journal Article
Sim, N. (2022). Hustling, hybridity and changing attitudes to work in the arts. Engage Journal, 10-17

For years, entry-level placement schemes have been one of the cultural sector’s main answers to broadening the diversity of organisations and recruiting younger practitioners who may not access positions through standard routes. While unpaid interns... Read More about Hustling, hybridity and changing attitudes to work in the arts.

Transcending equality, diversity and inclusion at work. A self-critical engagement (2022)
Book
Gaggiotti, H., & Weber, M. (in press). Transcending equality, diversity and inclusion at work. A self-critical engagement. (1). New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

The book reflects on ways of transcending Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) by establishing a dialogue between the professional experience of the authors and experts from academia and practitioners from financial services and executive search.... Read More about Transcending equality, diversity and inclusion at work. A self-critical engagement.

Non-walkability in the car-centric city (2021)
Thesis
Bozovic, T. Non-walkability in the car-centric city. (Thesis). Auckland University of Technology. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/9710363

Background Increasing the levels of walking for transport is a widespread urban policy goal, aligning with actions related to climate change, public health, equity of access and participation, and more liveable cities. The walking environment (WE),... Read More about Non-walkability in the car-centric city.

Youth Work, Galleries and the Politics of Partnership (2019)
Book
Sim, N. (2019). Youth Work, Galleries and the Politics of Partnership. (1). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-25197-0

This book sheds critical light on the routinely debated issue of how to create sustainable, equitable and meaningful partnerships between visual art organisations and youth organisations. Using a Bourdieusian framework, this book analyses the differe... Read More about Youth Work, Galleries and the Politics of Partnership.