Supporting teaching and research
Our mission is to make Global Majority history, heritage and culture more accessible, supporting excellence in research and learning.
Our open-access library and archive collections offer a rich and unique resource for enhancing your teaching, studies and research.
By providing access to our incredible collection of books, teaching resources, oral history recordings and transcripts, historical archives and local studies material, we aim to:
- Enable world-leading academic and independent research on migration, race (and thinking about race), anti-racist activism and the fight for social justice.
- Contribute to academic teaching by offering our specialist knowledge and our unique collections.
- Support teachers and other educators working with young people.
Whether you're a school or university student, a teacher or youth worker, an independent researcher, an academic or just curious, you're welcome to explore our resources to aid in your teaching, studies and research.
Learn about how we're supporting teachers and educators to develop an anti-racist curriculum and educational activities.
Discover what support we offer to students and researchers.