Education as and for Epistemic, Environmental and Transitional justice to enable Sustainable Development.
1 Nov 2020 to 31 Oct 2023
This project proposes that the links between education and sustainable development are premised on complex manifestations of justice in and through education, and they should be researched as such.
Attending to both the lived experiences of secondary education and the complex trajectories between content and learning outcomes, we aim to explore the degree to which experiences of (in)justice through schooling and learning about (in)justice in schools can drive the intended actions of secondary school learners to meet Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 13 and 16.
JustEd video series
We have created a series of videos to introduce JustEd’s approach to transitional justice, environmental justice and epistemic justice. We also introduce the contexts where we are researching in Uganda and Peru.
We will create a series of focused policy briefs and stakeholder impact events in each country, including at sub-national and national levels at the beginning and end of the project.
New qualitative and quantitative datasets
Innovative qualitative data collection tools (for example, the classroom observation schedule for identifying forms of justice in lived experience and classroom practice) and the app-based questionnaire
Journal articles and conference presentations related to both the substantive and methodological contributions to knowledge