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ITE Session: Teaching and learning about refugees - promoting community cohesion through the citizenship curriculum - Bill Bolloten and Tim Spafford (2009)
This ITE session considers the importance of raising refugee issues and incorporating them within the Citizenship curriculum.
Islamism: Its history and recent critiques - J. Hammond (2008)
Article on the history of Islamism which provides a critique of modern-day interpretations by adherents of this minority within Islam.
UNHCR: The 1951 Refugee Convention
History of the Refugee Convention.
Maritime histories of several port cities in the UK – London, Southampton, Bristol, Liverpool and Hartlepool.
Moving Here Website
Website that explores, records and illustrates why people came to England over the last 200 years and what their experiences were and continue to be.
History of Asylum in London website
Overview of refugee movements into London from the Huguenots to the present focusing on settlements patterns, reception and data.
Educating Asylum Seeking and Refugee Children - J. Rutter
A good practice guide on educating asylum seeking and refugee children
ITE Session: Introductory Session on Refugees and Asylum-Seeking Children
Set of slides providing background information on refugee and asylum-seeking children, including their experiences in schools in the UK.
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