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Cabinda Community Association
Information for Cabindan and other African asylum seekers and refugees on education.
CAFOD's online resources for schools and teachers to support teachers at Key Stages 1-4 and beyond.
Cambridgeshire Education Portal
Portal to a number of teaching resources including Individual Learning Planning leaflets in Bengali, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese and Urdu.
Caribbean GenWeb Project
The Caribbean GenWeb Project is an online data repository for queries, family histories, and source records as well as being a resource center to identify other on-line databases and resources to assist researchers.
Caribbean Histories Revealed
The history of the British Caribbean is explored in this exhibition through government documents, photographs.
In a prime location on Millennium Square, The Carriageworks houses an exciting mix of plays, musicals, dance, film, community events and workshops.
Website for research resources relating to Caribbean studies and the history of Black and Asian peoples in the UK.
Part of the website explores issues around social justice, human rights, migration, globalisation, government, sustainable development, regional and local diversity, ethnicity, arts, etc. in the UK and abroad.
CBBC Newsround - Africa: Across the Continent
Videos, web chats, profiles of children, fascinating facts about African countries as well as pictures and quizzes.
Celebrating the Black Presence in Westminster 1500-2000
Online exhibition celebrating the Black presence in Westminster, London.
Centerprise Trust Ltd
A multipurpose community and arts centre in the heart of Dalston comprising one of East Londonís most famous community bookshops, a coffee bar that serves low cost meals and a long-established Reading Centre/Literature Development Project.
Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland
The Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland (CERES) was set up in 1991 following consultation with minority ethnic representatives, racial equality practitioners, teachers and academics in Scotland.
Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations - Resources Centre
Provides access to a wealth of grey literature on the subject of ethnic relations including pamphlets and reports, periodicals, newspapers and press cuttings. It is open to the public for reference use.
Changing Lives challenges GCSE students by showing how young people in Kenya are seeking to overcome poverty, and questioning the causes of such poverty.
Information on Chinese culture, languages, artefacts and artists.
Channel 4 - History in Action: Race in the 20th Century
Channel 4 website exploring the representations of Empire and immigration in Britain.
Cheshire Voices: Stories from people living in Cheshire with roots in other parts of the world
This book highlights and celebrates the cultural diversity that exists in Cheshire and attempts to challenge stereotypes that people may have about particular regions, countries and cultures.
Child of the World: a play for young people
A play about four children from Britain, Brazil, South Africa and India who leave home to join the Global March.
Children's Legal Centre
The Children's Legal Centre is a unique, independent national charity concerned with law and policy affecting children and young people.
Children's Literature and National Identity
The twelve articles in the book examine different cultural perspectives and explore how children\'s literature contributes to children\'s concept of \'national identity\'.
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