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 were supported by the project to conduct their research.
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 with a social justice focus.
Seminar November 11th | Neoliberalism, Privatisation and Public Education: Global Pasts and Presents
The PEER Network Africa Hub will be hosting a seminar on “Neoliberalism, Privatisation and Public Education: Global Pasts and Presents” on Friday the 11th of November 2022 in Cape Town, South Africa. The event will be live-streamed on Facebook.
Africa Hub Information Session 30th August – Research and Practice Fellowships in Political Economy of Education
The PEER Network Africa hub is delighted to invite you to attend an information session to launch our Research and Practice Fellowships in the Political Economy of Education. During this session we will explain the aims of the fellowship, details of the programme and eligibility criteria.