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Positive contact is the glue of integration: 3FF/LKMco report on intercultural education

Speaking at the launch of a new 3FF/LKMco report on intercultural education, lead author and Senior Associate, Anna Trethewey described “positive contact as the glue of integration”. Dominic Grieve QC MP responded by saying that “the report’s conclusions seem to me to be just what we need”. You can catch up on tweets from the event …

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Encountering Faiths and Beliefs: The role of Intercultural Education in schools and communities

Drawing on the experience of educational experts working in schools across Britain, “Encountering Faiths and Beliefs” argues that pupils from different backgrounds need to interact with each other to build tolerance and understanding. It proposes several principles for good practice, including: Policymakers need to move beyond ‘multiculturalism’ and towards intercultural education which actually engages with …

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Playing Politics with Inspection – are British values community cohesion revisited?

“Every school – whatever its intake and wherever it is located – is responsible for educating children and young people who will live and work in a country which is diverse in terms of cultures, religions or beliefs, ethnicities and social backgrounds” Tonight’s speech by Nicky Morgan at London’s exclusive Carlton club was big on …

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