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The World Reimagined Learning Programme builds both the knowledge and skills that underpin racial justice, which empower us to overcome our divisions; reject hatred for compassion; move from despair to hope and take actions that make racial justice a reality in our society.
Each part of the programme will focus on developing one or more of the 5 Cs:
Our resources can be used for Primary Schools; Secondary Schools and Colleges:
All of our resources are created through unique collaborations between artists and subject matter experts, in partnership with educationalists and teachers. They are both ready to use and ready to adapt to your particular context, and can be used flexibly across the curriculum.
Teachers play a vital role in helping young people engage with racial justice – in the spaces they create for students and the behaviours and approaches they role model.
Accessible online, our Leadership in Teaching Resources give you:
Matthew J. Smith is Professor of History and Director of the Centre for the Study of the Legacies of British Slavery. Previously he taught at the University of the West Indies, Mona in Jamaica where he was Professor of Caribbean History. His research is pan-Caribbean with special interest in Haiti and Jamaica. Among his publications is Liberty, Fraternity, Exile: Haiti and Jamaica After Emancipation (2014) and Red and Black in Haiti: Radicalism, Conflict and Political Change, 1934-1957 (2009). He is also director of a 2018 documentary film The Past is Not Our Future: Walter Rodney’s Student Years.
Chantel is an educator, art writer and consultant based in Accra, Ghana. She is the founder of DēpART consultancy which supports early-career artists in Ghana. Alongside this she runs Beyond the Black Canvas, an online platform exclusively dedicated to the stories and work of artists of African and Caribbean descent. She has an MA in Comparative Education and taught at primary schools in London and The Seychelles, where she used her love of the arts to create impactful and memorable learning experiences for children, seamlessly weaving her knowledge and passion for the African continent. She mentored teachers in the UK, Vanuatu, Ghana and Uganda sharing best practice for unlocking the potential of children identified with SEND and SEMH. She was part of the development team for Meadowsong, an RSPB and WWF sponsored initiative created by composer Kate Stilitz.
We have really enjoyed working on the Globe and the whole project. It is rare that I have come across a project that is so impactive and potentially far reaching. Thank you so much to you and the team for realising the power of creativity to move people and create change where it is really needed.