CDT0004: Overstanding Reforms to Children’s Social Worker Regulation

SHOW: Collective Deep Trust –

CDT0004: Overstanding Reforms to Children’s Social Worker Regulation –  (http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=381)

 

Earlier this year the Government introduced reforms to the way social workers will be regulated in England. There will be new professional standards, training requirements and disciplinary procedures determined by the new regulatory body; Social Work England as well as the Department for Education will change how social workers in England fulfil their role.

On behalf of Abundance Centres (UK) members of our team attended this Westminster Briefing seminar to hear how the new standards will impact the regulation and development of children’s social workers across England. British “Social Work” impacts on minority communities in distinct ways that need careful observance and, in our assessment, calls for innovative community led strategies, tactics and operations to curb the systemic racism now commonly touted as implicit bias and such code.

If you are a person classified as a ethnic minority, respect the voice of the voiceless and you work in the field of Social Work our Trust is especially keen to hear from you, we are exploring the development of a uLearn Naturally Social Workers’ Co-operative Development Project and Forum. Let us come together to explore what we can do to effectively prepare for the coming changes and help protect vulnerable communities from the systemic failings that the sector (amongst others) refuses to face directly.

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CDT0003: Reviews and Reflections on the Unifiedknowledge Approach to Education – Summary review of BOU Summer School 2017

SHOW: Collective Deep Trust –

CDT0002: Reviews and Reflections on the Unifiedknowledge Approach to Education – Summary review of BOU Summer School 2017 –  (http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=364)

We have now completed our Black Open University – Summer School 2017.  Here is your chance to hear from many of the distinguished members of the learner-ship sharing and reasoning with Astehmari Batekun on the experiences and deep insights of the whole course.

This is essential listening for parents, teachers and community school builders, share in and enjoy the wonderful journey we have had this summer.  Get ready for the new learning opportunities coming this term and next.

Empowerment in action, power in principle, get involved now.

 

Find out more about the Black Open University – Summer School 2017:

 

Hear the Collective Deep Trust Show CDT0002: Parents and professionals – Re-thinking education from an African place of being – 1st day of Summer School testimonial

 

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Link to this podcast:

http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=364

AA0002: BCA Summer Festival 2017 – 3rd Year Celebration – Presentations Discussions & Extracts

SHOW: Apparently Abstract –

AA0002: BCA Summer Festival 2017 – 3rd Year Celebration – Presentations, Discussions & Extracts (http://broadcast.ulearnnaturally.org/podspace/?p=351)

uLearn Naturally Radio Joined the Black Cultural Archive (BCA) to celebrate 3 years on the historic Windrush Square of Brixton (South London).  This event was facilitated in partnership with  Inspirational YOU and crew.

Since opening the doors to the only heritage centre in the country solely dedicated to Black heritage in Britain, they have welcomed thousands of visitors, from families of all ages to school groups. They have showcased five major exhibitions, heralding the achievements of Black Women, revealing the untold history of the Black Georgians to the ingenuity of Black British musicians.

The celebration welcomed local talent and performers from across the diaspora, it was a day of cultural heritage and enjoyment. There where live performances, fresh refreshments, the best in local art, craft and clothing stalls, books, children’s activities, face-painting, live music, and discussions.

We recorded two of the discussions for your edification:

  1. Black Women: Past, Present an Future Creative Narratives – Hosted by Black Blossoms
  2. Living and working in Africa and Asia – Mbeke Waseme

 

AA0002: BCA Summer Festival 2017 – 3rd Year Celebration – Presentations Discussions & Extracts

CDT0002: Parents and professionals – Re-thinking education from an African place of being – 1st day of Summer School testimonial

SHOW: Collective Deep Trust –

Parents and professionals - Re-thinking education from an African place of being - 1st day of Summer School testimonial

CDT0002: Parents and professionals – Re-thinking education from an African place of being – 1st day of Summer School testimonial

 

We have now started our Black Open University – Summer School 2017.  Here is your chance to hear from one of the distinguished members of the learner-ship sharing and reasoning with Astehmari Batekun on the experiences and deep insights of this first day.

A profound reshaping of our space has taken place, watch it take form, or better still get involved and add your force to make it happen with even more perfect due brilliance.

Be empowered, be responsible.

 

Find out more about the Black Open University – Summer School 2017:

 

Find out more about the uLearn Naturally Learners’ Cooperative:

 

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CDT0001: Prof Donald Palmer speaks on Ethnic Skin Types – #uLearnScience2016

SHOW:  Collective Deep Trust –

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Ethnic skin types: are there differences in skin structure and function? [#uLearnScience2016]

Professor Donald Palmer

Lead presenter Professor Donald Palmer
Brixton, Friday 11th March, 6.00pm – 9.00pm, FREE (£3+ donation is helpful)

People of skin of colour comprise the majority of the world’s population and Asian subjects comprise more than half of the total population of the earth. Even so, the literature on the characteristics of the subjects with skin of colour is limited. Several groups over the past decades have attempted to decipher the underlying differences in skin structure and function in different ethnic skin types. However, most of these studies have been of small scale and in some studies inter-individual differences in skin quality overwhelm any racial differences. There has been a recent call for more studies to address genetic together with phenotypic differences among different racial groups and in this respect several large-scale studies have been conducted recently. The most obvious ethnic skin difference relates to skin colour which is dominated by the presence of melanin.

Join us this evening as Professor Donald Palmer reviews and simplify a ground breaking paper by Prof A. V. Rawlings. Let’s get to know some of the principle ideas behind this very revealing question.

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This event is part of the ulearn Naturally Science Week 2016 Programme, a contribution to British Science Week 2016 from Abundance Centres (UK) – abundancecentre.org

SKIN DEEP S.T.E.A.M: The Science and Politics of the Dark Tone

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Presentation Powerpoint as PDF