Health, education, protection, livelihoods, and livelihoods of children and young people in developing and fragile contexts.

Covid-19: Thinking Differently about Education Research Impact

The effects of Covid-19 have been far reaching. Beyond being a recognised global health emergency, it has wide-ranging effects on children’s schooling around the world. This paper draws on lessons from a webinar organised by the Impact Initiative that explored how researchers need to think differently about impact for education policy and practice in the context of Covid-19. It provides insights from education policy actors and researchers on how they are adapting their thinking on the types of impact that can be achieved in the context of Covid-19.

How Higher Education Research Using the Capability Approach Illuminates Possibilities for the Transformation of Individuals and Society in South Africa

McLean, M. (2018) 'How Higher Education Research Using the Capability Approach Illuminates Possibilities for the Transformation of Individuals and Society in South Africa' in P. Ashwin and J.M. Case (eds), Higher Education Pathways: South African Undergraduate Education and the Public Good, Cape Town: African Minds.
 
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