Category Archives: Education

My research and enterprise in Education

Book Release – International Perspectives of Multiculturalism: The Ethical Challenges, 3.1.16

This is my latest book and it is now available from Amazon. The subject of the book is pressing, as we face a humanitarian crisis on our door step that does not look like ending soon! My fellow contributors are: Mahama … Continue reading

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Book Chapters alert: My creative enterprise work that uses Liberation Psychology, 24.12.15

Towards emotional well-being through Liberation Practices: A dialogical approach Edited by Gillian Hughes & Taiwo Afuape Routledge: London I have written two chapters for this volume; ‘“Keeping it Real”: Liberation as the link between creativity and resistance’ and ‘Holdin’ On: … Continue reading

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Manchester Metropolitan University in partnership with BBC Outreach to host event for national humanities festival, 15.11.15

  Update – 15.6.16 You can watch the trailer for the film, here. MMU Press   NEWS RELEASE – KEEPING IT REAL? Being Human Festival 2015 I am really having a great time working on this project (via our Critical … Continue reading

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Cultural Democracy Network: Dr Clennon from MMU joins the Steering Committee, 21.9.15

You can read the post here. You can watch a video about Cultural Democracy and its importance in Education, as well as across the whole spectrum of social inequalities, here. Please visit my Academia.edu page

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My interview on Peace FM about my book Urban Dialectics, The Market and Youth Engagement: The ‘Black’ Face of Eurocentrism, 11.9.15

Here is my interview with Anthony Downer of Searchengine 365 Related Posts Book Release – Urban Dialectics, The Market and Youth Engagement: The ‘Black’ Face Eurocentrism, 22.1.15 Black Men and Racial Patriarchy, SOAS, London, 20.10.14 Please visit my Academia.edu page

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Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting, 1.6.15

Here is a paper I wrote about Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting in the UK In this practice report we explore the application of community music in a drop-in … Continue reading

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Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting, 1.6.15

Here is a paper I wrote about Two Case Examples using Participatory music as a Therapeutic metaphor in a community mental health setting in the UK In this practice report we explore the application of community music in a drop-in … Continue reading

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Participation in community arts: Lessons from the inner-city, 28.5.15

Here is the paper, Participation in community arts: Lessons from the inner-city from our conference presentation in Brazil, 2014. This very much also relates to my previous A taster of the potential of the catalytic nature of the Arts towards Social Justice … Continue reading

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Book Alert – International Perspectives of Multiculturalism: The Ethical Challenges, 21.4.15

I am in the process of editing together a volume about Multiculturalism to be published by Nova, later this year. As we are nearing a general election and immigration is such a hot topic, my chapters will consider what the … Continue reading

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Assessing the Economic Impact of the Arts, 18.4.15

In September 2014, I presented a paper at the 5th International Conference of Community Psychology in Fortaleza that looked at how we could begin to evaluate the impact of the Arts in more concrete economical terms. The specific focus of my … Continue reading

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