Book Launch: Education, Migration and Development

When

9 Dec 2022    
2:00pm - 3:30pm

Event Type

Book Launch

9 December 14:00 – 15:30 GMT

Please join the Centre for Education and International Development (CEID), UCL for the launch of this new volume exploring the complex and fascinating intersections of education, migration and development.

Editors, book contributors and other colleagues will introduce the book and discuss its relevance for our contemporary and ever-changing world.

REGISTER HERE

Education, Migration and Development: Critical Perspectives in a Moving World is an open access book exploring how education, migration and development intersect and interact to shape people, communities, societies, ideas, values, and action at local, national and international levels. Written by leading scholars and practitioners from across the globe, the book introduces the reader to how such interactions play out through a series of illustrative case studies drawn from scholarship and empirical research conducted in the global South. It considers education in all its forms and raises critical questions about its purpose and value in contexts of migration and (im)mobility across a range of low- and middle-income settings.

The contributors engage with the multiple reasons for migration, and also consider how communities and societies are shaped not just by the movement of people but also of ideas, resources, norms, and values across different national and international contexts. Collectively the chapters offer new insights into: the considerations for education and international development that emerge when we apply a migration lens; key theoretical frameworks and approaches which can help us understand the education-migration-nexus; the opportunities and challenges that migration and (im)mobility create for education in contexts of development; emerging dilemmas regarding how best to promote justice, equity and wellbeing in and through education in contexts of migration; and how gendered and other inequalities are core considerations in the education-migration-development nexus.