This year’s International Conference of Carnival and Masquerade Arts conference will be taking place at the School of Creative Arts, (SCA), University of Education, Winneba (UEW), Ghana.
In the second of the new DEPA webinar series of panel discussions, we turn attention to the need to rethink and decolonise peace pedagogy and the way that peace is taught in the classroom but also beyond.
Taking place on Thursday 2nd February this is the first in a new DEPA webinar series of panel discussions that will bring together a diverse range of project members with wider network allies and partners, forging conversations on different debates an aspects of DEPA’s work.
Reframing humanising pedagogies as/with decolonising pedagogies: Reflections on the implications for South African Higher Education. Michalinos Zembylas is our next speaker and will bring together pedagogies into conversation with humanising pedagogies.
Register now via Eventbrite.
Thanks to everyone who attended our workshops for those interested in bidding for Phase 3 DEPA project funding. The videos from the first two workshops are available on our YouTube channel. Unfortunately, some technical issues mean that we don't have a recording of the third workshop, however, please feel free to take a look at the presentations from all three workhops.
A workshop for those interested in applying for DEPA project funding. Focusing on Research Methodologies and Decolonisation
Decolonized Peace Education in South Africa Online Conference
DEPA South Africa is hosting an online-decolonial-conference on the topical issues of decolonizing peace education in South Africa.