Rania Hafez is Programme Leader for the MA Education at the University of Greenwich and a Fellow of the Muslim Institute. Rania has researched and published on professionalism, cultural identity, and Islam and education.
In 2008 Rania founded ‘Muslim Women in Education’ a professional network for educationalists and researchers. In addition to her academic work Rania is a regular political and cultural commentator whose media credits include the BBC, Levant TV, and the Islam Channel.
Faith in the Academy in Hudson, C. & Williams, J. (eds) Why Academic Freedom Matters, (Civitas 2016)
Beyond the Metaphor: time to take over the castle in Daley, M., Orr, K. & Petrie, J. (2015) FE and The Twelve Dancing Princess, (IOE Press 2015)
Playing on the Boundaries: A Childhood across Cultural and Geographical Lines in Childhood in the Past: an international journal, Vol. 7 No. 2, September, 2014, 117–132
Multinationals: curse or blessing for the developing world?
"Five debates a day sounds a bit daunting beforehand, but I really loved it. The speakers are so knowledgeable and passionate about their chosen topic, and the amount of time dedicated to questions from the audience was great as it really brought in alternative views."
Exeter University student