Author: Jo Brooks

Call for proposals in India now open - submission deadline extended to 20 September

We are delighted to announce that the call for proposals in India is now open. For information on how to apply, please go to the TESF India IIHS microsite. Please note that the deadline for…
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TESF team presents at UKFIET Conference on International Education and Development

This year’s conference theme was ‘Building Back Better in Education and Training?’ and TESF’s contribution was to the thematic area of research methods. Transforming education systems for sustainable futures requires new approaches to research methodologies, partnership working and measurements of what we value. In this symposium, TESF partners described the Network’s approaches to research methodology, partnership working, and indicator development. 

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Webinar - Education for Sustainable Development and Covid-19 in Southern Africa

Intersecting perspectives on why water, food and livelihoods matter in transforming education for sustainable futures.

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UNESCO Chair Seminar Series (3/3) – Decolonising Education for Sustainable Futures

Education’s ‘reparative’ possibilities: responsibilities and reckonings for sustainable futures

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UNESCO Chair Seminar Series (2/3) – Decolonising Education for Sustainable Futures

From theory to practice: decolonising education for sustainable futures

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UNESCO Chair Seminar Series (1/3) - Decolonising Education for Sustainable Futures

Connecting decolonial and sustainable futures in education

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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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