Dr Kusha Anand discusses her book Bridging Neoliberalism and Hindu Nationalism. She traces the divide between those who view India as a secular nation and those who wish to reconstruct it following Hindu lines.
A valuable discussion of Prof Mark Bray's co-edited book 'Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods'.
Dr Sanchez Tyson will explore the role and meaning of literacy within the context of an Indigenous language educational model for adults in Mexico.
Join us to hear from Professor Tristan McCowan, UCL Institute of Education and Dr Jackline Nyerere, Kenyatta University about their multi-country project working with universities in Brazil, Fiji, Kenya and Mozambique.
Join us for an interactive discussion on what it is like to work for a development or humanitarian organisation in the UK and internationally.
In this seminar, we are joined by Dr Barbara Crossouard, a Reader in Education in the Centre for International Education, University of Sussex.
In this seminar, CREMCYA will be joined by Professor Naureen Durrani, Research Chair in School Education in the Graduate School of Education, Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan.
In this panel discussion, we are joined by Dr Weeda Mehran, University of Exeter, and Dr Tejendra Pherali, UCL Institute of Education, University College London.
Dr Crystal Gail Fraser is Assistant Professor in the Department of History, Classics & Religion and The Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta (Canada). In this seminar, she presents her pioneering research, By Strength, We Are Still Here (or T’aih k’ìighe’ tth’aih zhit dìidìch’ùh).
Hosted by the Centre for Research into the Education of Marginalised Children and Young Adults (CREMCYA) and the Bakhita Centre for Research on Slavery, Exploitation and Abuse (BCRSEA).
An event from the Centre for Research into the Education of Marginalised Children and Young Adults
A Conversation on the meaning of and discourses on radicalisation, and the potential of education in offering a safe space to address the battle of ideas, encounter difference and explore non-violent means to challenge injustice.
Part of the Institute of Education Research Seminars Series 2020/21
This seminar highlights the possibilities to decolonise the Human Rights Education curriculum in Gaza through critical analysis of local textbooks.
Join our interactive discussion on what it is like to work for a development or humanitarian organisation in the UK and internationally.
Local Organisations’ support mechanism for educating refugees. Sexual Exploitation in the Philippines: Evidence of informed NGO Response.
Hosted by the Centre for Research into the Education of Marginalised Children and Young Adults.