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Protecting transformative optimism in the art classroom: Exploring aspirant art teachers’ shifting ideals (2023)
Thesis
Grant, W. Protecting transformative optimism in the art classroom: Exploring aspirant art teachers’ shifting ideals. (Thesis). University of Glasgow. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/11515380

This extended, normative case study was initiated in response to my professional concerns regarding the capacity of student art and design teachers to defend and extend their personal ideals for future classroom practice. Placement in schools, a majo... Read More about Protecting transformative optimism in the art classroom: Exploring aspirant art teachers’ shifting ideals.

Transport to thrive: Why we shouldn’t ignore the transport needs of young people (2023)
Report
Collings, S., Chatterjee, K., Cope, A., Burns, T., & Adeel, M. (2023). Transport to thrive: Why we shouldn’t ignore the transport needs of young people. Bristol: UWE Bristol

In the UK many disadvantaged groups lack transport choices, including young people aged 16-24. There has been little research to identify and understand the transport issues and barriers experienced by young people. This report is the first of its ki... Read More about Transport to thrive: Why we shouldn’t ignore the transport needs of young people.

Undefined benefit: Fixing the UK pensions system (2023)
Report
Churchill, J., Bonizzi, B., Dutta, S., & Buller, A. (2023). Undefined benefit: Fixing the UK pensions system. https://www.common-wealth.org/: Common Wealth

...most people in the UK have very poor pension cover, and the distribution of pension assets is steeply unequal, with lower average cover for women and other disadvantaged groups. The vast, state-subsidised private pension assets built up by a rich... Read More about Undefined benefit: Fixing the UK pensions system.

European Solidarity - Interdisciplinary Perspectives (2023)
Book
Quenivet, N., & Tava, F. (2023). F. Tava, & N. Quenivet (Eds.). European Solidarity - Interdisciplinary Perspectives. ECPR PRess

What is solidarity and what makes us think it is something important? Is it just an abstract idea or something more like a prosocial practice that can grow to inform legal regulations and political decisions? How is it that solidarity is so widesprea... Read More about European Solidarity - Interdisciplinary Perspectives.

Veganism’s anti-anthropocentric capacity: A critical analysis of the advocacy discourse of three prominent vegan organisations (2023)
Journal Article
Gough, L. A. (2023). Veganism’s anti-anthropocentric capacity: A critical analysis of the advocacy discourse of three prominent vegan organisations. Relations. Beyond Anthropocentrism, 11(1), 9-28. https://doi.org/10.7358/rela-2023-01-goul

Anthropocentrism has been identified as a root cause of nonhuman animal and intrahuman oppressions and the environmental crisis. Veganism has been celebrated as a philosophy and practice capable of undermining anthropocentrism, yet the anti-anthropoc... Read More about Veganism’s anti-anthropocentric capacity: A critical analysis of the advocacy discourse of three prominent vegan organisations.

Prisoners' human rights in England & Wales: Zigzags, flatlines and missed opportunities (2022)
Book Chapter
Karamalidou, A. (2022). Prisoners' human rights in England & Wales: Zigzags, flatlines and missed opportunities. In E. Johnston (Ed.), Challenges in Criminal Justice (180-196). (1). London and New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003143321-11

The chapter presents and critically reviews the prison policy in England and Wales from 2013 to the present day against the backdrop of the legalisation of prisoners’ human rights and the incorporation of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR... Read More about Prisoners' human rights in England & Wales: Zigzags, flatlines and missed opportunities.

Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK (2022)
Report
Collings, S., Chatterjee, K., & Cope, A. (2022). Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK. Bristol: UWE Bristol

Between the ages of 16 and 24, young people experience a succession of life changes. During this time, transport plays an important role in helping young people to connect to new experiences, to become independent and to develop their identify. Howev... Read More about Fair bus fares for young people: A policy briefing assessing bus fare support for young people across the UK.

Beyond the Blockade: Education in Cuba (2020)
Book
Richards, M., Little, G., Green, A., & Yeeles, P. (2020). Beyond the Blockade: Education in Cuba. UK: London: Manifesto Press

Beyond the Blockade is a collection of testimonies of participants in the delegations organised by the National Education Union (NEU) and its sister union the National Union of Science, Education and Sport Workers (SNTECD) in Cuba. Co-edited by G... Read More about Beyond the Blockade: Education in Cuba.

Unite Pensions Discussion Paper
Report
Churchill, J., & Bonizzi, B. Unite Pensions Discussion Paper

This is a discussion paper, putting forward analysis of current pension policies and making policy recommendations. This paper is confidential, and for the attention of a group of union officials and other consultant economists. The end goal is to fa... Read More about Unite Pensions Discussion Paper.