Policies and practices in the Global South

Policies and practices in the Global South

The Global South accounts for a significant portion of adult and youth in unemployment and the informal labour sector, representing an important target population for sustainable development strategies and policy. South-South collaboration and knowledge exchange can help to address the skills gap for these populations while fostering productive relations between Southern institutions. NORRAG’s work in this area focuses on knowledge production and dissemination on the ongoing policies, practices, and lessons learned from Southern TVSD programs and South-South collaborative projects.

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NORRAG Launches Senior Fellowship Programme

As the world is confronted by competing tendencies of ethno-nationalism and the Black Lives Matter movement, of growing authoritarianism alongside demands for democracy, NORRAG and the Graduate Institute are launching a Senior Fellowship Programme that will collaboratively debate current issues in international cooperation in education from a decolonial perspective. This...
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21-23 March 2021 – Gulf Comparative Education Society Hosts “Rethinking Educational Reform in the GCC: Reflecting on the Past to Inform the Future”

English I العربية The Gulf Comparative Education Society (GCES) is hosting their 9th Biannual Conference on “Rethinking Educational Reform in the GCC: Reflecting on the Past to Inform the Future” virtually from the 21st to the 23rd of March, 2021.  The GCES Conference will feature over 45 panel presentations and 4 keynote...
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