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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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Registration open: Writing for Publication Workshop, 16 September, Oxford

Monday 16th September, 10am – 4pm in Oxford. Suitable for early career researchers, doctoral students and those new to academic publishing. This workshop will provide an introduction to the requirements of academic publishing, the process of submitting and revising articles and provide space for developing ideas of participants’ own articles. Open to all attending the […]

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UEA UNESCO Chair free PhD webinar on Sexual education in Senegal

Save the date: Thursday, 18th July, from 11 UTC (12nn British Time) The UNESCO Chair in Adult Literacy and Learning for Social Transformation based at the University of East Anglia (UK) is happy to invite you to the first BILINGUAL #ALL4SocialChange PhD Webinar Series. Note that the presentation and Q&A will be in French and translated live to English. […]

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