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Maarifa
Specialist Black bookshop and information centre. Organises seminars, readings and book signings.

 
Made in Dagenham online resource
Based on feature film Made in Dagenham, this resource is designed for students of Citizenship, History, Media, Film and English GCSE, AS, A2 and equivalent

 
Maga Cornish Language Partnership
The Cornish Language Partnership website includes resources for schools wishing to introduce to the curriculum.

 
Make the link, break the chain
An anti-slavery project linking schools along the slave triangle.

 
Making a Difference: Promoting Race Equality in Secondary Schools, Youth Groups and Adult Education - a Jewish Perspective
This publication examines both the Jewish experiences of racism and that of the black and Asian communities.

 
Making the difference: teaching and learning strategies in successful multi-ethnic schools
A study that sets out to describe characteristics of successful multi-ethnic schools.

 
Managing the Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant - Good Practice in Primary Schools
As part of its Aiming high: raising the achievement of minority ethnic pupils strategy, the DfES is keen to disseminate, in conjunction with Ofsted, case studies of schools which manage their Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant (EMAG) funding effectively.

 
Managing the Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant - Good Practice in Secondary Schools
As part of its Aiming high: raising the achievement of minority ethnic pupils strategy, the DfES is keen to disseminate, in conjunction with Ofsted, case studies of schools which manage their Ethnic Minority Achievement Grant (EMAG) funding effectively.

 
Manchester Jewish Museum
Manchester Jewish Museum tells the story of the Jewish community in Manchester over the last 200 years.

 
Manna Shaw Software
Educational software resources.
 

 
Mantra Publishing
Bilingual children's books, CDs and friezes.

 
Marlborough Brandt Group
The Marlborough Brandt Group (MBG) is a registered charity founded in 1981 in response to the Brandt Commission Report, which advocated increased contact between the industrialised and the developing worlds.

 
Mary Seacole
Website commemorating the life of Mary Seacole and her time as a nurse in the Crimean War.

 
Mary Seacole's Trunk
A collection of artefacts illustrating the life of Mary Seacole.

 
Masala BridgeBuilders
Masala BridgeBuilders is a discussion pack, covering issues that have particular relevance for South Asians, which can be used in a variety of settings, including community groups and schools.

 
Maths is Good for You
The site is dedicated to students of mathematics between the ages of 11 and 18 and to teachers who would like to have some ready-to-use and downloadable resources in the history of mathematics.

 
MECOPP
Provides support to Black and Minority Ethnic carers.

 
Meeting the emotional needs of young people with learning disabilities from minority ethnic communities about learning disabilities and mental health for young people and family carers
An audio CD has been produced in Urdu, Punjabi and Sylheti. An English transcript is also available.

 
Meeting the needs of Muslim pupils in state schools: Information & Guidance for Schools
This guide provides background information on relevant Islamic beliefs and practices and values and deals with issues arising within schools that are important to and may be of concern to Muslim pupils and their parents.

 
Memorial Gates Trust
The Memorial Gates are a memorial to honour the five million men and women from the Indian subcontinent, Africa and the Caribbean who served with the Armed Forces during the First and Second World Wars. The Memorial Gates website looks at the role played by these men and women in the Wars.

 

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