Work from Centre members in the media

Centre member Joshua Forstenzer has just published a report on the government’s proposals for a Teaching Excellence Framework. You can read it here.

Angie Hobbs makes extremely frequent media appearances. Recent highlights related to the work of the centre include discussions of how to find meaning in the modern world, the migration crisis, ‘How Should we Live Together?’, the Greek financial crisis, and tax avoidance. Do check the linked website for more details!

Jules Holroyd has an article on implicit bias and policing in a Black Lives Matter special issue from the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.

Jennifer Saul in the New Statesman on the language of the refugee crisis; and arguing against prioritising women and children refugees. Most recently, she’s written in the Huffington Post about Donald Trump’s use of what she calls “Racial Figleaves”, and the ways that we are becoming habituated to hate.

Jules Holroyd and Jennifer Saul in the Guardian, on implicit bias and the new Teaching Excellence Framework.