In this episode Sara de Sousa talks to Sami Safadi about decolonisation workshops within a Business School context, reflective practice in higher education, and engaging staff and students with this critical work. FURTHER RESOURCES: UK Higher Education Award Gap GroupEPISODE NOTES: Sami Safadi (he/him) is Academic Student Success Lead for Salford Business School, as well as BAME Inclusivity Lead, and an academic tutor for postgraduate students. At Salford Business School, he leads on decolonising curricula and practice and supports decolonising work across the wider university. He is a senator within the university and uses his voice in that space to support decolonising and wider inclusivity efforts. Sami is also involved in an inter-institutional group committed to eliminating award gaps. For more information, see the link above to the UK Higher Education Award Gap Group, or contact Sami through his institutional page. Podcast recorded using Zencastr.Music by Rayen © Hear more via Spotify or Instagram.Edited by Chris Lloyd.
Diversifying and Decolonising the University: Episode 5, Decolonising Business Schools