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Macdonald, S. & Rendell, J. (2011) Building confidence and making friends: how Speaking Buddies support ESOL learners’ integration into a local community. Natecla News
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Exploring LGBT Lives and Issues in Adult ESOL
UCU Research conference on sexual orientation and gender identity issues and LGBTQI lives for detailsof the event click here
“I’ve Got a Hole Inside” : Multilingual Mothers’ Experiences of Raising Children in Another Language"
International Conference: Migrant mothers Caring for the Future: Creative Interventions in Making New Citizens (2014). For details of the conference click here.
When "ordinary" feels like a luxury: exploring LGBT lives with beginner ESOL learners