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Engaging with local ethnic and linguistic communities

This report outlines five examples of active engagement with local ethnic and linguistic communities as part of taught higher education course units. Four of the modules are taught at the University of Manchester in the Schools of Education and Arts Languages and Cultures and one at the Institute of Education at the University of London.

They form parts of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes in Education Religions and Theology and Linguistics and English Language. The content of the modules revolves around various aspects of minority community heritage community needs and policy and service provisions that benefit minority communities.

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