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Retelling education in emergencies through the black radical tradition: on racial capitalism, critical race theory and fugitivity
The paper, adopting my roles as a scholar and aid practitioner, critically examines the EiE sector through three Black Radical Tradition (BRT) lenses: racial capitalism, critical race theory, and fugitivity. It employs case studies, aligning with the BRT’s interconnected focus, revealing the pervasive influence of educational aid, racial injustice, and structural inequalities.
The imperial entanglements of ‘Education in Emergencies’: from saving souls to saving schools?
This paper reflects historically and contemporaneously on the relationship between ‘International Education and Development’ actors and foreign intervention in our colonial past and present, with a particular focus on Education in Emergencies (EiE), a sub-field of research and practice within ‘International Education and Development’.
Ordinary Solidarities: Re-Reading Refugee Education Response Through an Anticolonial Discursive Framework
Drawing on a three-year case study of one faith-based school in Lebanon, this paper explores how one ordinary school in a refugee hostile transit country secured and protected the right to education for refugee children from Syria, within a significant broader context of multiple compounding crises.
Education in emergencies research partnerships through the looking glass
In this paper, we reflect on the historical and ongoing legacies of (neo)colonialism and imperialism in education in emergencies (EiE) research and practice using collaborative auto-ethnography. Specifically, we explore how we’ve experienced hierarchies of power, positionality and privilege, and how we’ve benefited and/or been victims of this in the past.
Inclusive Langauge Guide
The language guide is divided into thematic sections, though many of the issues discussed intersect and some terms may be relevant to several categories. The guide is based on a set of Feminist Principles for Language Use and gives examples of how you can put these principles into practice in your writing and in day-to-day conversation.
Sistematización de lecciones aprendidas de programas educativos con enfoque de género e inclusión de niñas, niños y adolescentes refugiados, migrantes y otros grupos vulnerables
En ellos se presentan los resultados de un análisis realizado sobre los avances y desafíos de marcos normativos, investigaciones, estrategias y proyectos con relación a la incorporación del enfoque de género e inclusión dentro de los programas de educación formal y no formal tanto a nivel regional, como a nivel de país para los casos de Colombia, Ecuador y Perú.
Ecole inclusive : la prise en charge des élèves en situation de handicap au Cameroun
Au Cameroun, le droit à l’éducation et à la formation des personnes en situation de handicap est garanti par la loi. Mais dans les faits, comment est prise en compte l’inclusion des élèves en situation de handicap ?
Between ‘the paradox of liberalism’ and ‘the paradox of decoloniality’: education for peacebuilding in conflict settings
This article extends current debates in Education for Peacebuilding (EfP) in conflict settings. It presents and discusses two paradoxes I have observed when examining EfP literature and engaging in conversations with EfP scholars: ‘the paradox of liberalism’ and ‘the paradox of decoloniality’.
Book Review: Education, Equality and Justice in the New Normal: Global Responses to the Pandemic edited by Inny Accioly and Donaldo Macedo
In her review of Education, Equality and Justice in the New Normal, Deepa Srikantaiah writes that, without sustained grassroots resistance, capitalism and neoliberalism will set the postpandemic “new normal.” Meanwhile, she offers hope in the plurality of approaches to holistic education presented by the volume’s contributing authors.
Can You Hear the Subaltern Speak?
Bhavani’s episode explores the meaning of colonization and decolonization in international development and education. We might think we know what colonization is. The history. The actors involved. The exploitation. But what does it feel like? And then what would it mean to decolonize? And what would that feel like?