Tag Archives | marginalisation

Transformative political

Transformative political leadership for girls’ education

This article was written by Rebecca Gordon, Research Fellow in Leadership for Inclusive and Democratic Politics at the University of Birmingham, and Pauline Rose, Director of the REAL Centre at the University of Cambridge. It was originally published on the Developmental Leadership Program website on 28 July 2020. Even before the current global pandemic, there […]

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A positive outcome in the time of Covid-19 through the use of WhatsApp in Zimbabwe

This blog post was written by Clare Woodward (Lecturer in International Education at The Open University) with contributions from Stephen Harrison and Clare Tope (academics in Education and Youth Studies), as well as other colleagues at the Open University and partner organisations. It’s a sunny morning and I’m just getting ready to co-facilitate a 2-hour […]

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EDT High Speed Response

High-speed quality research services

Education Development Trust are one of UKFIET’s member organisations. This article, published on their website, showcases a series of evidence reports recently published for the DFID-funded EdTech Hub and K4D programmes. It also outlines their approach to pivoting their high speed research support during these times of a global pandemic, when more evidence is needed. […]

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Photo: Sign outside a Gram Sabha (Village Council) office, reading ‘In Delhi, Mumbai we elect our governments, but in our village we the people are the government’ (in Gondi, Marathi and Hindi language). ©Gunjan Wadhwa

Education in the production of deficit in Adivasi identities: Implications for post-pandemic India

This blog was written by Dr Gunjan Wadhwa, a Lady Meherbai Tata scholar, and a doctoral candidate and research fellow at the Centre for International Education, University of Sussex, UK (2014-2019). Gunjan was awarded a BAICE Conference Bursary to present her research at the UKFIET Conference 2019. The naming of the Adivasis (indigenous people), or […]

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COVID-19 adaptations: Challenges in assessing learning in marginalised communities

This article was written by Timothy Kinoti, World University Service Canada. It was originally published on the Humanitarian Education Accelerator blog on 10 June 2020. As schools around Kenya, just like the rest of the world have closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19), many institutions and schools are implementing their distance learning contingency plans. This has […]

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