CIEGUN’s Research Spokes:
- How does the language/terminology used by global education aid policymakers shape the ways in which subalterns targeted by their policies are viewed, and consequently impact how those policies are implemented ‘on the ground’ and how future policies are made?
- How does Education Rights advocacy by social movements and other forms of collective mobilization support education for social justice, sustainable development, and radical democracy?
- How can systems of education be constructed in ways that prepare citizens with the knowledge, capacities and dispositions to respond to the crisis of the contemporary capitalist world-economy and influence the construction of an alternative world-system?
- How do local and well institutionalised educational discourse-practices withstand or change when they meet with broader ideologies, such as socialism and neoliberalism?
- How does teacher and community participation enable, challenge and constrain pedagogical change and community building and how do these benefit educators, children, families and communities?