Resources to support decolonising the curriculum in education.
Books and literature
Maps, timelines and interactive tours
Beyond Banglatown – a story of empire and migration, of settlement, of urban change, of place-making and the struggle to belong.
Places of South Asian Heritage in England – 30 places of South Asian Heritage in England.
Online modules for Chartered College of Teaching members:
GRT LGBTQ+ Spoken History Archive – Oral histories of LGBTQ+ individuals from a variety of international Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities.
Making Histories – A collection of family histories and migration stories documented by young people in Cardiff, Leicester, Sheffield, Manchester and London.
What do the stories of the ‘often forgotten armies’ reveal about the Western Front? – The experience of African, Asian and First Nation soldiers and labourers at the Western Front.
Where Are the Black Women? – Exploring the Black women in Scotland’s past.
A collection of key reading. Updated as new learning takes place. Last updated: November 2022 Defining decolonisation Why I Say ‘Decolonisation is Impossible’ Adebisi. 2019. Article ‘Without critical thought, representation can become toxic and tokenistic, people could be included into spaces that are not safe for them, spaces