Research methods: Building back better in international education and development research – what to expect from the 2021 UKFIET conference

Research methods: Building back better in international education and development research – what to expect from the 2021 UKFIET conference

This article summarises an interview with co-convenors of one of six 2021 UKFIET conference themes: Research methods: Building back better in international education and development research. The co-convenors are Bronwen McGrath, Global Programme Manager at Aga Khan Foundation; and Elizabeth ...
Resilience, Protection and Wellbeing – what to expect from the 2021 UKFIET conference

Resilience, Protection and Wellbeing – what to expect from the 2021 UKFIET conference

This article summarises an interview with co-convenors of one of six 2021 UKFIET conference themes: Resilience, Protection and Wellbeing. The co-convenors are Khadijah Fancy, Senior Education Advisor with Cambridge Education; and Divya Nambiar, Senior Consultant at Oxford Policy Management. Why ...
Rethinking the Education Workforce – what to expect from the 2021 UKFIET conference

Rethinking the Education Workforce – what to expect from the 2021 UKFIET conference

This article summarises an interview with co-convenors of one of six 2021 UKFIET conference themes: Rethinking the Education Workforce. The co-convenors are Claire Hodges, Senior Programmes Manager at the International Development Office of The Open University; and Katie Godwin, Head ...
UKFIET event – Global Education ‘Smart Buys’: Debating the Evidence

UKFIET event – Global Education ‘Smart Buys’: Debating the Evidence

On 21 June 2021, UKFIET convened an online event to discuss the generation and use of evidence-based recommendations for addressing real-world educational challenges at scale. We heard perspectives from Global Education Evidence Advisory Panel (GEEAP) members and academics and practitioners ...
Debating what evidence counts and how to ensure more voices are heard: highlights from UKFIET event

Debating what evidence counts and how to ensure more voices are heard: highlights from UKFIET event

This blog was written by Susy Ndaruhutse, Chair of the UKFIET Trustees. She highlights here some of the key points from the recent UKFIET event: Global Education ‘Smart Buys’: Debating the Evidence, held on 21 June 2021. A summary of ...
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Looking back to move forward: Education pathways out of the pandemic

This blog was written by Susan Nicolai, Senior Research Fellow, and Moizza Binat Sarwar, Research Fellow at the Overseas Development Institute (ODI). It was originally published on the ODI website on 22 June 2021. Leaders at this year’s G20 Education ...
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Supporting vulnerable adolescent girls to continue their education should be prioritised in recovery plans for COVID-19

This blog was written by Kath Ford, Young Lives programme and originally published on the Global Education Monitoring Report’s World Education Blog on 18 June 2021. Substantial progress has been made in educating girls and young women in low- and ...

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