Palestinian refugee communities today are facing great difficulty in expressing their knowledge through the Humanitarian-aid educational institutions. So how can Palestinian refugees decolonize their own educational process to provide their children with education that meets their needs, tells their story and responds to their unique livelihood? Yafa El Masri will be our 10th webinar speaker and will present her work on 15 September.
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.
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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
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 webinar aims to promote dialogue on diverse theoretical, conceptual, and methodological perspectives within Africa.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the DEPA project website.