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Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures

We are a GCRF funded Network Plus, co-ordinated out of the University of Bristol, working with partners in India, Rwanda, Somalia/Somaliland, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. We undertake collaborative research to Transform Education for Sustainable Futures.

TESF is a multi-million pound GCRF funded research programme that supports collaborative research to Transform Education for Sustainable Futures.

The programme addresses the role of education in climate action, decent work and sustainable cities. Cross-cutting themes such as poverty reduction, gender equity, ethics, inclusion, and indigenous knowledge provide contextual nuance to the research.

Latest News

25Aug 20

Recent Webinars

We were delighted to connect with many attendees at our two recent webinars: Launch of Professor Leon Tikly's new book 'Education for Sustainable Development in the Postcolonial World' (Thu 16…

08Jul 20

TESF Public Launch Videos

We launched our Network Plus on 6 January 2020 at a well-attended public event in Bristol, UK. Videos covering the event are now available on our YouTube channel playlist section…

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Distinguished Professor @sisitka_heila presents an overview of

'ESD in Southern Africa, Past, present, future'

#Sustainability_Starts_with_Teachers
@RUelrc2 @TransformingESF @EuretaRose @EEASA_Africa @SAJEE_EEJournal

"How equitable are South-North partnerships in education
research? Evidence from sub-Saharan Africa"

New study by @AsareEduc @EduRes_Mitchell & @PaulineMRose based on analysis of the #AfricanEducationResearch Database

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03057925.2020.1811638

We at @UoNSoE are proud to be the only non-South African partner in an exciting new webinar programme starting tomorrow - Reimagining TVET: The implications of COVID-19. Thanks to @MandelaUni for convening and @HigherEduGovZA for funding
https://happening.mandela.ac.za/Events/Lectures-and-Talks/WEBINAR-SERIES-Re-Imagining-TVET-The-Implicatio

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