If we're to achieve our collective mission of an education sector that is reflective of society, there need to be opportunities for educators to connect, learn and act together.
We're pleased to share that our first regional BAMEed networks are currently developing opportunities to accompany those that take place with the national network. Look out for more details coming soon and in the meantime, connect with your local network using the details below.
BAMEed Yorkshire and the Humber
Connect at an event
Connect with other organisations working towards equity
BAME into Leadership
The BAME into Leadership conferences examine how BAME individuals can overcome barriers, build networks & become the leader they aspire to be
BAME Physical Education Network
A support network for Physical Education teachers to connect, share ideas, encourage each other and talk about all things PE and more!
BAME: We Teach - Open network for diverse & inclusive education! Support Black, Asian, Ethnic Minorities in teaching & leadership!
BERA Race, Ethnicity and Education Network
Providing a forum within BERA for researchers of ‘race’, ethnicity and education in which to share their research, exchange ideas and develop new ones
Black Teachers Connect
Bringing together black teachers and those in education. Creating a community for black teachers. Connecting personally and professionally
Taking multicultural content, books, languages, images to schools, universities, markets & Pop-ups. Campaining 4 representation!
Centre for Race, Education and Decoloniality
Research and Practice Centre in the Carnegie School of Education at Leeds Beckett University
The Twitter Account of #DisabilityEdUK Development Group
EIS BAME Network Glasgow
EIS BAME Network provides support to ethnic minority practitioners across the city
Ethnic Youth Support Team is an award-winning charity which supports BME young people, families and individuals in Wales. Also Lead Body for Race in Wales
FFT Gypsy Travellers
We seek to end racism and discrimination against Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities and to protect the right to pursue a nomadic way of life
Haringey Education Partnership
Haringey schools and beyond working in partnership to develop an outstanding education system
Independent. Commercial. Inclusive. Children's books publisher
34yr old not-for-profit children's bookseller celebrating equality, inclusion & diversity
Empowering LGBT+ educators to be visible & authentic in schools for the benefit of LGBT+ young people
Maternity Teacher Paternity Teacher project - Empowering teachers choosing to complete CPD on parental leave; encouraging family friendly school cultures.
Race on the Agenda
A social policy research organisation that focuses on issues impacting on Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities
Racial Justice Network
The Racial Justice Network (RJN) seeks to bring about holistic, economic, spiritual & cultural repairs to end racial injustice & address legacies of colonialism
Round Table Books
Inclusive children’s bookshop | 97 Granville Arcade, Brixton Village, Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8PS | Tue-Sun 10am - 6pm | A Knights Of project
Runnymede is the UK's leading independent race equality think tank
Teach First BAME Community
A Teach First community network striving to improve the underrepresentation of Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic leaders
The Traveller Movement
A national leading charity working in partnership with Irish Traveller, Gypsy and Roma communities challenging discrimination and promoting inclusion
Tiny Owl Books
An award-winning, independent publisher of inspiring multicultural picture books for EVERYONE!
White Spaces Project
Intersectional/anti-racism/decoloniality/institutional whiteness/critical whiteness studies
Widening Reading of Children's Books
Sharing recommendations of fantastic children's books that you should know about, but might not, every fortnight
Connecting aspiring/existing women leaders in global education
Young Black Teachers Network
Connecting young black teachers in England through CPD and fun events. We’re more than just teachers.