Author Archives: Antonia Liguori

The SOLIS Research Report on inclusive education is now available

The SOLIS project, funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, is investigating the core challenges within cultural diversity and discrimination within 12-16 year old school pupils. The project is a collaboration between Loughborough University (UK), E-Consultants (Norway), People Help The People (Italy), AcrossLimits (Malta), European Social Entrepreneurship Institute (Lithuania), Afyonkarahisar Provincial National Education Directorate (Turkey), Research Paths

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Slow Storytelling

A new article by Professor Mike Wilson. ‘Slow Storytelling and hybridity: Re-staging community storytelling as a tool for co-thinking’ appears in the latest edition of Book 2.0 (Vol.11, No.1, pp. 107-123) and explores some of the ideas we have been working with in our work at the Storytelling Academy in recent years. It considers how ‘hybrid’ approaches to applied storytelling

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The SOLIS project at the SELAM international conference in Turkey

On the 14th September 2021 Erasmus+ project SELAM held its closing International Conference in Afyonkarahisar, Turkey. The SOLIS project (Developing wellbeing and social inclusion: achieving success through understanding of cultural diversity) held a 30-minute discussion panel with partners from UK, Norway and Greece appearing via video call to introduce this new project to over 100 teachers and education professionals. Antonia

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Bradford’s Urban Graphic Heritage: a Digital Storytelling Workshop hosted by Bradford UNESCO City of Film and led by Dr Rob Harland and Dr Antonia Liguori

This Digital Storytelling Workshop is hosted by Bradford UNESCO City of Film in collaboration with the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO (UKNC), and is facilitated by Dr Antonia Liguori from the Storytelling Academy and Dr Rob Harland from the Graphic Design Research Unit at Loughborough University as part of the Design Outreach: Utilising Graphic Heritage for Heritage Interpretation funded project.

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