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Author: Jo Brooks

Webinar - Re-imagining Curriculum in India: Charting a Path beyond the Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic has made visible the sharp economic, health, caste-based, gender, and educational inequalities that the disadvantaged face in India. Curriculum is ordinarily viewed as a tool for regulating and adapting modern educational systems…
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Webinar - Unintended Methodologies: Arts-based Research Practices as Forms of Listening

Conversations with Mangroves and attuning to the rising cultures of Change Drivers are some of the unintended methodologies discovered by TESF researchers Terra Sprague and Injairu Kulundu-Bolus who invite you to participate in acts of…
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Upcoming webinars - autumn 2020

We are delighted to announce a number of upcoming webinars: Re-imagining UK education research partnerships in the South: prospects for mutual and equitable relationships (18 Nov 2020), Unintended Methodologies: arts-based research practices as forms of listening (25 Nov 2020), and Skills for Sustainable Futures (16 Dec 2020). For further information on these events, please visit our Events page.

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Webinar - Skills for Sustainable Futures

Debates about skills for development are still predominantly locked into a model of skills provision, labour markets and national development that was never true in the Global South but is becoming even more blatantly pernicious…
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Webinar - Re-imagining UK Education Research Partnerships in the South: Prospects for Mutual and Equitable Relationships

This webinar is an opportunity for sharing evidence, experiences, strategies and plans for the purpose of collectively re-imagining the relationships and responsibilities of UK-based researchers engaged in education partnerships in the former colonised countries of…
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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’ (16 July 2020), and our first TESF webinar on ‘Conceptualising Education for Sustainable Futures: Framing the work of the TESF Network Plus’ (22 July 2020). Please visit our Events page for more information and to access recordings of our webinars.

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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 available via the link below.

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Webinar - Conceptualising Education for Sustainable Futures: Framing the work of the TESF Network Plus

This inter-active webinar will explore ways of conceiving education for sustainable futures linked to a vision of social and environmental justice. Discussion and debate arising from the webinar will feed into our ongoing efforts in…
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Book Launch - Education for Sustainable Development in the Postcolonial World

This interactive session is being organised by the Centre for Comparative and International Research in Education at the School of Education (University of Bristol) to mark the launch of Professor Leon Tikly’s new book on…
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Rwanda Engagement Workshop

The Rwanda Engagement Workshop is taking place at the Nobleza Hotel, Kigali, on Thursday 12th March 2020, starting at 10:30am. Among other things it will introduce the TESF programme, address key challenges, opportunities and priorities,…
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