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Hub for Education and Language Diversity

Ground-level analysis and action, enhancing language repertoires

The Hub for Education and Language Diversity (HELD) is a collaboration between academic, professional and third sector organisations. It is guided by a commitment to three fundamental ideas:

a) shared language is vital to social life, but linguistic diversity is also central.  Both can be enhanced by education, enriching both the individual and society;

b) local conditions and participant perspectives really matter;

c) theories and research can be powerful tools, helping people to think differently

We pursue these ideas through:

  • in-service teacher education
  • curriculum and assessment materials development
  • public campaigns
  • projects with arts organisations and the cultural sector
  • Masters and Doctoral training
  • research
  • academic and professional publications
  • international collaborations

Collaborating organisations:

In-service teacher education

Curriculum and assessment materials development

Public campaigns

Projects with arts organisations and the cultural sector

Masters and Doctoral training

Research

  • Diasporic Adult Language Socialisation (Leverhulme)
  • Politicisation of identities in diaspora (CFPR)

Academic and professional publications

International collaborations

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