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Troubling Muslim Youth Identities: nation, religion and gender

Book by Máiréad Dunne, Naureen Durrani, Kathleen Fincham and Barbara Crossouard 2017, London, Palgrave Macmillan Provoked by contemporary concerns about youth alienation and radicalisation, particularly in the Global South, the central interest of this book is the production of Muslim youth identities. In particular, it explores the construction of youth narratives of identity with respect […]

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Newton Prize 2018

Call for expert reviewers – 2018 Newton Prize

The UK National Commission for UNESCO is delighted to announce a great opportunity to be part of the Reviewer Team for the Newton Prize 2018, a prestigious global award for research and innovation in developing countries. All the applicants this year are from South American Newton Fund projects in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico and we need your […]

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Photo ID 462320. 24/01/2011. Forobaranga, Sudan. UN Photo/Albert Gonzalez Farran.

Forced Migration Review – call for articles for special issue on education

Forced Migration Review issue 60 – to be published in February 2019 – will include a major feature on Education. Deadline for submission of articles: Monday 15th October 2018 Full call for articles online at Conflict and displacement can cause significant disruption to school attendance and learning. Although governments have made significant progress towards meeting […]

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Meeting SDG 4’s learning objectives- Looking beyond the obvious

Can education systems anticipate the challenges of artificial intelligence? There is increasing concern that artificial intelligence could automate many jobs and displace scores of workers in the next decade or two. The usual response to this possibility is to argue that automation has never caused long-term unemployment in the past and that displaced workers just […]

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Early Career conf 2018

Voices of the next generation: Challenges, tensions and pitfalls of education in international development

EVENT SOLD OUT Early Career Conference 14 June 2018  What challenges will we inherit as a new generation of international education and development professionals? Would you like to have more of a voice and build your confidence as a professional in international education and development? Are you ready to start talking about education in a […]

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