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We have once again received an unprecedented response to our call for submissions which has enabled us to create an exciting programme for this year’s Conference. Following the success of the introduction of Workshops at the 2017 Conference we are offering more this year , some will have limited capacity  and will require sign up […]

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UEA UNESCO Chair free #ALL4SOCIALCHANGE PhD webinar on Bilingual Literacy for Life: an ethnographic study of an indigenous language literacy programme in Mexico

Free webinar on Thursday 29th August at 1pm Register here. This webinar will focus on Indigenous language literacy practices for adults, specifically analysing a government-led literacy programme in Mexico called the Bilingual Literacy for Life Programme (BLLP). This research is aligned with the current sustainable development agenda that outlines certain transformative goals and targets regarding […]

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Teachers in Crisis Contexts (TiCC) Roundtable: Call for Teacher Stories and Case Studies [Deadline Extended!]

INEE, Oxfam*, UNESCO, the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030, and Education International are co-hosting the Teachers in Crisis Contexts Roundtable in Beirut, Lebanon on November 4-5, 2019. The roundtable will bring together key stakeholders to develop research, policy, and practice guidance for improving support to teachers in crisis-affected and displacement contexts. One […]

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Problematising inclusive education systems: reflections on conference theme

The 2019 UKFIET conference, 17-19 September, will explore issues through six main parallel themes. Each of these is co-convened by two experts from the Conference Committee. Here they provide a short teaser of what you can expect from their theme. By Amy Parker, Portfolio Lead for the DFID-funded Leave No Girl Behind programme, and Elizabeth […]

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Education technology and data science for inclusive systems: reflections on conference theme

The 2019 UKFIET conference, 17-19 September, will explore issues through six main parallel themes. Each of these is co-convened by two experts from the Conference Committee. Here they provide a short teaser of what you can expect from their theme. By Patrick Montjouridès, a PhD candidate with the Faculty of Education at the University of […]

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