Citation: Daoust, G. & Novelli, M. (2020). Background study on political economy of education tools. Political Economy of Education Research Network, PEER Working Paper 1.
In this webinar Sarfaroz Niyozov reflects on the questions of knowledge production and education research from the experiences of post-Soviet Central Asia, with taking Tajikistan as case study.
Citation: Selenica, E. & Novelli, M. (2020). The Political Economy of Education Systems in Conflict-Affected Contexts in a Changed World Order 2021: A Narrative Literature Review. Political Economy of Education Research Network, PEER Working Paper …
Citation: Tabaeva, A., Ozawa, V., Durrani, N. & Thibault, H. (2021). The Political Economy of Society and Education in Central Asia. A Scoping Literature Review. PEER Working Paper 2.
Citation: Novelli, M., Lopes Cardozo, M. & and Smith, A. (2017). The 4 Rs Framework: Analyzing Education’s Contribution to Sustainable Peacebuilding with Social Justice in Conflict-Affected Contexts. Journal on Education in Emergencies, 3(1), pp. 1 …
In this webinar Iveta Silova reflects on the education, values, and policy transfer in post-Socialist transformations with links to decolonial literature as well as consider challenges to the next generation of research.
In this webinar Mohira Suyarkulova reflects on the experience of leading the community-based (a group of LGBTQ + activists in Kyrgyzstan) research and education project undertaken between 2018 and 2020, and shares some of the findings and insights that resulted from this process.
In this webinar Juldyz Smagulova considers the language as social practice by discussing current understanding in sociolinguistics and dominant language ideologies as well as related findings from Kazakhstan.
Natalya Hanley discusses the concepts of global and local citizenship education and how it might contribute to the mitigation of nationalistic perspectives within the multicultural context of Kazakhstan.
In this webinar, Anel Kulakhmetova discusses the evolution of soviet construct of childhood and talks about schooling as a necessary component of “happy childhood”.
Evidence & Education Policy Making in the Global South during Covid19: Pundits, Social Movements and Policy Makers in an age of unpredictability (Yusuf Sayed, University of Sussex, UK) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66WhK_65Wz0&t=412s