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Sarah is an associate lecturer on the social work programmes, with much of her teaching focused on anti- discriminatory and anti-oppressive practice.
Angelo has a background as a dancer and choreographer in contemporary dance and physical theatre.
Angelo began working at Goldsmiths from 2001 as a visiting lecturer. Since 2010, he has been a part time tutor and lecturer. In 2001, he co-founded COVO Connecting Voices, a London-based educational charity, which delivers innovative and transformative programmes in schools for young people with emotional and behavioural disorders. Angelo has extensive experience working with young people in the community in education and dance settings. Angelo’s special interests are group work, coaching and the systemic approach. His work is incorporates his skills in coaching, reflection, movement and systemic thinking.
BA (Hons) Education and Community Studies - MSc in Systemic Approach to Management, Coaching and Consultation
Community Development - Group Work – Systemic Thinking
Area of supervision
Youth and Community Work Practice
The role of community development in the modernising local government agenda, with specific reference to the local democratic deficit
Scott, Matthew. 2012. The role of community development in the modernising local government agenda, with specific reference to the local democratic deficit. Doctoral thesis, Goldsmiths, University of London