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The TESF Network Plus will develop a number of open-access resources over the lifetime of the project. These will include visual minutes of events, videos, briefing notes, background papers and project reports which you can browse here.

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Somalia/Somaliland

background-paper
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).

Rwanda

background-paper
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.

India

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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.

Skills for Sustainable Futures

webinar
This video is a recording of a webinar which took place on 16 December 2020 as part of the seminar series Bristol Conversations in Education, which is run by the School of Education at the University of Bristol.

Poverty and Inequality Dimensions of COVID-19 in Africa

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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.

Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures: Foundations Paper

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This background paper aims to develop initial understanding based on a critical engagement with the existing literature of how key terms that are used to frame the work of the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures (TESF) Network Plus are understood.

Unintended Methodologies: Arts-based Research Practices as Forms of Listening

webinar
This video is a recording of a webinar which took place on 25 November 2020 as part of the seminar series Bristol Conversations in Education, which is run by the School of Education at the University of Bristol.

Re-imagining UK Education Research Partnerships in the South: Prospects for Mutual and Equitable Relationships

webinar
This video is a recording of a webinar which took place on 18 November 2020 as part of the seminar series Bristol Conversations in Education, which is run by the School of Education at the University of Bristol.

Mobilising Capacities for Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures: Opening Spaces for Collaborative Action and Learning

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This background paper introduces plans for collaboration, learning and action within the Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures (TESF) Network Plus. It reports our experiences to date and aspirations moving forward for mobilising capacities for TESF and outlines the monitoring and evaluation processes we have established to support learning and adaptation in the network.

Collaboration and Capacity Development for TESF

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This briefing note sets out the network's understandings of collaborations and capacity development and how these relate to activities within the network. It also outlines the main elements of the network's approach to monitoring, evaluation and learning.