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Let’s talk about racism in education and international development

This blog post was written by Arathi Sriprakash, Sociologist of Education at the University of Cambridge. It is a reflection on discussions that took place at a seminar on “Questions of Race in Education and International Development” which she convened with Leon Tikly (University of Bristol) and Sharon Walker (University of Cambridge). The event was […]

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Why Does Play Matter?

This blog is written by Marie Adeyemi, Founder and Managing Director of Dream Networks about a workshop session which formed part of the recent Voices of the Next Generation: Shaping the Future of Education in Development conference in London on the 1st June 2017. On Thursday, a group of adults from varied professional backgrounds dived […]

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Ingredients for Success – from Voices of the Next Generation Conference

Three  ingredients for success: 1. Include youth – they can tell you what they want 2. Invest in data – build the long-term evidence base. Systematic learning and collaboration is crucial 3. Embrace technology – it is not the panacea but has huge transformative potential Catherine Gladwell, Director, Refugee Support Network speaking at the Voices of […]

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