Working against racism in education
Black History Month (BHM) is held each year in October, to promote the history and contribution that Black communities have made to the UK helping to understand the present through our past.
Here you will find resources which have been developed and shared by teachers to help schools support refugees.
The NEU is particularly concerned that the disproportionate emphasis on Black young people as perpetrators rather than as victims of knife crime and that the misnomer of ‘Black on Black’ crime is hiding the facts and continuing the narrative of blaming the victims.
There are many reasons why people choose to work in education when in the UK. What will Brexit mean for EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EU?
Over 1000 Black teachers shared their stories of everyday school experiences in a survey and focus group research carried out by the Runnymede Trust, commissioned by the NEU.
Black women in the UK are less likely to take part in sport than their white counterparts. Camille Kumar, NEU LGBT+ and race equality policy specialist, looks into why Caster Semenya's case is so important.