The CERES team bring together a diverse range of research expertise and have secured funding for a multitude of projects. Our research involves children and young people, practitioners and educators from early years to higher education, and wider educational and policy stakeholders. We aim to engage decision-makers, from school to policy levels, and to provide them with valuable insights on how to implement social justice approaches and amplify voices that are often silenced. 

Recently secured funding and research activity

Jite Eferakorho was awarded an ERASMUS Grant to visit the University of Connecticut in May 2020.  The award has been rescheduled for 2021 due to Covid-19 pandemic. The objective is to develop a critical multicultural literacy (CML) pedagogy in language...