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Building a Reciprocal Relationship between Education and SDG 11
This paper discusses how building a reciprocal relationship between education and SDG 11 is a prerequisite for urban transformation and sustainability.
Re-imagining Curriculum in India: Charting a Path beyond the Pandemic
This video is a recording of a webinar which took place on 27 January 2021 as part of the seminar series Bristol Conversations in Education, which is run by the School of Education at the University of Bristol.
In this background paper we consider both: 1) how education can contribute to sustainable development, and 2) how sustainable development can shape quality, relevant education. We also frame the meaning of education broadly, within a lifelong learning framework that includes formal education, technical and vocational education and training, work and learning, as well as social movement and community education and social learning.
Co-Creating Education for Sustainable Futures
The aim of this background paper is to explain the overall methodological approach and key concepts that inform our work as researchers within the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures Network Plus. In particular, we will seek to explain what we mean by the idea of ‘knowledge co-creation’ which underpins our approach and what this means in practical terms for the design and implementation of research projects in the area of education for sustainable futures.
This country background paper examines the issues of sustainable development and education with regards to the current situation in Somalia/Somaliland. It expands on the TESF Somalia/Somaliland Briefing Note, which sets out the need for education systems in Somalia and Somaliland to be transformed and provides valuable context to aid understanding, analysis of and action on education and United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This background paper discusses the situation of education in Rwanda, and the possibility of education to enhance sustainable development in Rwanda. It addresses key opportunities and challenges for different levels and forms of education to achieve sustainable development and identifies gaps that should be addressed so that education becomes a catalyst for the achievement of sustainable development in Rwanda.
This background paper highlights some of the key concerns across the sectors of school, higher and teacher education in India. A few potential research themes that can help problematise the issues raised have been identified. An emphasis is laid on the need to build on practice-based repositories of knowledge, curricular framing and pedagogic strategies.
Poverty and Inequality Dimensions of COVID-19 in Africa
Covid-19 related research
The Bristol Poverty Institute (BPI) and Perivoli Africa Research Centre (PARC) hosted a collaborative webinar on the poverty and inequality dimensions of COVID-19 in Africa on Thursday 12 November 2020. This video recording is the first of a series of recordings; the remaining videos can be accessed via the Bristol Poverty Institute's website.