Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality (CRED)

The Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality Centre aims to challenge everyday racism and structural race inequalities in education through research, evidence-based practice and the professional development of pre-service and in-service teachers nationally and internationally.

Our work focuses on:
  • Challenging racism in all its forms and developing anti-racist practices, also to decolonise the curriculum and develop colleagues’ knowledge and understanding of race and racism in education.
  • Developing teaching resources to tackle racism in schools and society.
  • Providing support and guidance for schools, including professional development for staff working in schools.
  • Supporting Schools to develop through working towards the Anti-Racist School Award
  • Annual conference to profile innovative and proven work, deepen understanding and support the link between policy and practice.
  • Research to ensure that interventions are evidence-based and that we produce best practice publications.
  • Collaboration with strategic partners to develop provision and support for schools.

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