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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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Highlights from UKFIET September 2019 conference (Part 3 of 3): Emerging Issues from the conference theme

The 2019 UKFIET conference focused on Inclusive Education Systems: futures, fallacies and finance. The sessions explored issues through a number of themes: Future directions in inclusive education systems Problematizing inclusive systems Education financing for global equity and inclusion Education technology and data science for inclusive systems Education system actors: strengthening inclusive practice System responses to […]

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Highlights from UKFIET September 2019 conference (Part 1 of 3): Visual Summaries

Following the success of the UKFIET September 2019 conference, and the very active engagement of participants through social media, we compiled some visual highlights using photos taken from our Twitter feed. We hope this brings back some good memories for you – you may spot yourself or colleagues! This page features three sections of photos […]

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