An Open Access educational platform resource for decolonising curricula, provides resources for rethinking of sociological concepts, categories and topics consisting of 5 modules.

Resources required:

  • If creating web domain to host – skills for web design and technical support.
  • If linking to or reusing content – limited or no resource required.
  • Funding to set up and create platform.

Available evidence of impact:

  • References at universities across UK as a teaching resource by academics (social media mentions).
  • Linked/signposted to as a key resource from other institutional sites i.e. Decolonise Sociology at Cambridge.

Links to available resources:

Implementation and potential challenges:

  • As an OER it’s free for universities to use and share the information with attribution (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).
  • Reticence to adopt/introduce GST thinkers, concepts or topics, consider linking to decolonization, racial exclusion and racialized hierarchies as agendas within universities.
  • How could modules be incorporated into existing curriculum?

How to Use:


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