A research seminar series organised by Central Asia Hub of PEER Network.
|Beyond the Western Horizon: Rethinking Education, Values, and Policy Transfer in Post-Socialist Transformations|
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.
|Pedagogy of the Queer: A case of participatory action research and education in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan|
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.
|Multilingualism: Soft skill or social practice?|
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.
|Global Citizenship Education: its contribution to multicultural education in 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.
|“Happy Soviet childhood”: forging “new citizens” in schools|
In this webinar, Anel Kulakhmetova discusses the evolution of soviet construct of childhood and talks about schooling as a necessary component of “happy childhood”.