Luljeta Nuzi is director and co-founder of Shpresa (‘Hope’ in Albanian) a UK based organisation that runs several complementary schools for Albanian speaking children from refugee, asylum and migrant backgrounds. Shpresa (2020) is an active user-led organisation that advances the education and training of the Albanian speaking people in the UK to enable them to take full and active roles in their communities (Sneddon, 2012). Here Luljeta talks to Anthony Thorpe about her motivations and the challenges that have shaped her approach to establishing Shpresa, and her view of leadership as a practitioner and social entrepreneur.
|Journal||Management in Education|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 26 Jun 2020|