Francophone group

Francophone group on how they democratise knowledge through this project: "We are a group of young and not so young men and women from Quebec, Haiti and 18 francophone countries in Africa. We number more than 3000, engaged in different ways in the action research project SOHA whose full title is: Open science as a …

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Disrupting Higher Education Curriculum

Disrupting Higher Education Curriculum Undoing Cognitive Damage Discomfort with the inappropriateness of university curricula has met with increasing calls for disruptive actions to revitalise higher education. This book, conceived to envision an alternative emancipatory curriculum, explores the historical, ideological, philosophical and theoretical domains of higher education curricula. The authors acknowledge that universities have been and …

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Knowledge and Change in African Universities

African Higher Education: Developments and Perspectives Knowledge and Change in African Universities A major contention in the book is that African excellence should be measured against its own uniqueness as universities in Africa exhibit competitive knowledge processes on a global scale without losing the critical international dimensions The book holds that decolonisation as change of …

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Can Participatory Action Research (PAR) Democratize Research, Knowledge and Schooling?: Experiences from the Global South and North

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Volume 30, Issue 5, June 2017 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online. Can Participatory Action Research (PAR) Democratize Research, Knowledge and Schooling?: Experiences from the Global South and North