Decolonising Education for Peace in Africa (DEPA) will address the question: What are the different knowledges and values underpinning peace and how can these practices be connected and compared across countries to create curriculum content and mode of delivery in informal and formal settings, Secondary and Higher Education (HE), in order to decolonise peace education?
Operating across 5 countries – Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zimbabwe and the UK - the project will, for the first time, provide new data based on Arts and Humanities methodologies on how peace is understood within displaced and marginalised communities. Researchers, community workers and communities that have experienced conflict will connect to produce state of the art knowledge.
A network that will amplify and enhance African knowledges on peace education and embed these in teaching research on peace.
Proof of Concept Projects across 5 African countries will create a Network to enable local knowledge and values of peace to be incorporated into peace education and training.
See the creative outputs of DEPA’s arts and humanities activities.
DEPA’s research approach will be centred on the Proof of Concept projects in the first instance, using participatory arts research methods.
Using Learning Design approaches, creating Open Educational Resources (OERs) to develop and deliver teaching materials to young people who have had interrupted study due to conflict.
New data based on Arts and Humanities methodologies on how peace is understood within displaced and marginalised communities.
This is a call for papers invites contributions from scholars and researchers, policy-makers and practitioners from a range of disciplinary...
Decolonized Peace Education in South Africa Online Conference OBJECTIVE
DEPA South Africa is hosting an online-decolonial-conference on the...
Our next webinar in the DEPA webinar series will see Professor Colin Chasi give a lecture based on his recent book, Ubuntu for Warriors. The DEPA...