37 min

Making Sense of Inclusive Education with Dr. Aminul Hoque, at the South London Gallery Shade

    • Visual Arts

SHADE 'BEST ARTS & CULTURE' PODCAST - BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS 2021
Special edition from Shade at South London Gallery ‘Making Sense’ - a new digital resource that assembles people around ideas for structural change through creative practice.
In this episode Lou Mensah speaks to Dr. Aminul Hoque about inclusive education and how our local community can support educators in achieving it.
Dr. Aminul Hoque is a lecturer in the Educational Studies Department at Goldsmiths College London.
Aminul's work focuses on issues of multicultural Britain, identity, social justice, youth policy, religion, race relations and Islamic feminism. With over 24 years of experience in the youth, community and voluntary sector, Aminul is a recognised expert in young people and cultural identity.
Shade Podcast is produced and hosted by Lou Mensah
Editing and sound design by CA Davis
Music by Brian Jackson
Episode supported by South London Gallery
Dr. Aminul Hoque Twitter
Author of British-Islamic Identity: Third generation Bangladeshis from East London
Presenter: A Very British History: British Bangladeshis, BBC4, Feb 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RosoCezTQ_o
Presenter: Searching for Secrets: London, Smithsonian Channel, June 2021

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SHADE 'BEST ARTS & CULTURE' PODCAST - BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS 2021
Special edition from Shade at South London Gallery ‘Making Sense’ - a new digital resource that assembles people around ideas for structural change through creative practice.
In this episode Lou Mensah speaks to Dr. Aminul Hoque about inclusive education and how our local community can support educators in achieving it.
Dr. Aminul Hoque is a lecturer in the Educational Studies Department at Goldsmiths College London.
Aminul's work focuses on issues of multicultural Britain, identity, social justice, youth policy, religion, race relations and Islamic feminism. With over 24 years of experience in the youth, community and voluntary sector, Aminul is a recognised expert in young people and cultural identity.
Shade Podcast is produced and hosted by Lou Mensah
Editing and sound design by CA Davis
Music by Brian Jackson
Episode supported by South London Gallery
Dr. Aminul Hoque Twitter
Author of British-Islamic Identity: Third generation Bangladeshis from East London
Presenter: A Very British History: British Bangladeshis, BBC4, Feb 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RosoCezTQ_o
Presenter: Searching for Secrets: London, Smithsonian Channel, June 2021

Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/shadepodcast.



Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

37 min