A beginning of the end: Learning to look at social diversity in Central Asia through a gender lens – Online Seminar 17th June

Jun 11, 2021 | Central Asia Hub News

Central Asia Hub of PEER Network is delighted to invite you to the online research seminar – “A beginning of the end: Learning to look at social diversity in Central Asia through a gender lens” led by SvetLana Peshkova, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Core Faculty, Women’s and Gender(s) Studies Department, University of New Hampshire.

Date: Thursday, June 17
Time: 18.00 (GMT+6)

Language: English with simultaneous translation in Russian.

Registration link: https://nu-edu-kz.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUtcu-qpjovH9aks8iV5WIdR3Q7XNArWjez

Group photo PEER Network team outside Ulster University

PEER team reflect on research and the journey

The Political Economy of Education Research Network (PEER Network) recently held an end-of-project meeting at Ulster University to reflect on the achievements of the three-year project and to discuss research outputs delivered by a network of early career researchers, who...

PEER network group photo in Istanbul

Education research network reaches major milestone

The Political Economy of Education Research Network (PEER Network), a joint project between Ulster, Sussex, Cape Town and Nazarbayev Universities, held its eagerly anticipated project inter-hub symposium this month in Istanbul, Turkey. The £1.6 million GCRF funded network-plus project has sought...

Statement of Solidarity in Support of the People of Palestine

We are a group of researchers from across the continent of Africa, within the Political Economy of Education (PEER) Network. Our scholarship and work are in the field of education in conflict and the political economy of education across Africa...

New Podcast Series – Africa in Conversation…

We are excited to launch the podcast Africa in Conversation… during Africa Month! In this podcast series, produced by the Africa Hub of the Peer Network, we will talk all things education, the political economy of education and society. Each...