In this intensive seminar for doctoral candidates (5 ECTs), we examine how the concepts of human rights and intersectionality might together inform educational theory and praxis to enable social justice. It is open to international participants researching educational inequalities in… Read More ›
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Katy Sian’s brilliant response to Max Farrar’s attempts to vilify human rights organisation CAGE: “Alas Max Farrar, the difficulty of your approach is that you consistently fail to accept that collective identities are not predetermined and that the process of… Read More ›
Book Review: Doctors Without Borders: Humanitarian Quests, Impossible Dreams of Médecins Sans Frontières
Book Review by Bradley Williams How do the experiences of leaders and members of a medical humanitarian aid organization structure the organization’s principles and practices and enlighten us to the meaning and purpose of their work? Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF),… Read More ›
“Technology will not advance democracy and human rights for (and instead of) you”. Zygmunt Bauman on the use and mis-use of new media.
In a recent article published by the Social Europe Journal, Zygmunt Bauman reflects on the use we make of new media and social networks and how this can be exploited to control us, rather than increasing our freedom of expression…. Read More ›
“Everybody has heard the women’s stories. But nobody has heard the men’s.” No one talks of male rape – yet it happens – as an instrument of war, as well as outside war. Yet this systemical silence does nothing to… Read More ›