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Call for Papers: BAICE conference on Partnerships in education

Call for Papers: BAICE conference on Partnerships in education

BAICE are pleased to announce a call for papers for the BAICE Conference 2020 on 'Partnerships in education: Collaboration, co-operation and co-optation'. It will take place at the University of Edinburgh from 23rd - 25th September. BAICE 2020’s focus is on past, present and future collaborations across a wide range ...
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Non-state actors in education – 2021 GEM Report Online Consultation

Few topics in comparative and international education generate heated debates like the issue of the public versus private role in education. While everyone wants to achieve the goal of providing quality education for all, who delivers it, who is engaged, and how they are engaged is a subject of much ...
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Pathways to inclusive and equitable quality education for people with disabilities: Cross context conversations and mutual learning

Pathways to inclusive and equitable quality education for people with disabilities: Cross context conversations and mutual learning

International symposium 12-13 February 2020 While the promise of education for all has been enshrined in international commitments, what remains unclear is how best this vision can be achieved in practice. Acknowledging the broader understanding of inclusive education for all, in this symposium we choose to forefront children with disabilities, ...
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Literacy as Social Practice: future directions and new challenges

Literacy as Social Practice: future directions and new challenges

Free BALID conference on Monday, 9th December (10am-4.15pm). The programme will include ample opportunities for you to share your professional expertise and experience. It will also feature cameo presentations by current PhD students and our guest speaker for the Brian Street Memorial Lecture, Professor David Bloome, whose topic is ‘Adaptation and Imagination in Literacy’. The conference ...
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BAICE Student Representative Vacancy

The closing date for applications is midnight on Wednesday 13th November 2019. Are you passionate about representing your fellow students? Do you feel you have a contribution to make to international and comparative education? Then we would like to hear from you! Job Description: BAICE Student Representative We are looking ...
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2019 Conference Photo Gallery

2019 Conference Photo Gallery

Our photographer was with us for part of each day during the conference, and not only captured images of the plenary sessions,workshops and presentations, but some of the social and networking times too.  The weather was kind to  us this year and many of our delegates enjoyed taking lunch and ...
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WEBINAR: Indigenous Women and Adult Learning

WEBINAR: Indigenous Women and Adult Learning

Save the date: Wednesday 23rd October, from 1PM (GMT) 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 special webinar of #ALL4SocialChange PhD Webinar Series Sheila Aikman (University of East Anglia) will give ...
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GEMR 2020 PHOTO CONTEST: INCLUSION AND EDUCATION

GEMR 2020 PHOTO CONTEST: INCLUSION AND EDUCATION

Every year, the GEM Report holds an international photo contest to seek out new and original images to complement its innovative findings and analysis. The deadline is 31 October.   A selection of the best photos feature in the Report and associated communications products. Due out in March 2020, the next GEM ...
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UNESCO’s Futures of Education

UNESCO’s Futures of Education

The new UNESCO initiative ‘Futures of Education’ is a global initiative to reimagine how knowledge and learning can shape the future of humanity and the planet. About the initiative UNESCO's Futures of Education initiative aims to rethink education and shape the future. The initiative is catalysing a global debate on ...
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View the Conference Programme

View the Conference Programme

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  ...
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