A maximum of eight (8) PhD researchers will be selected to present their work through a webinar format to reach a wide variety of audiences globally. There will be a conscious effort to ensure gender parity and equal representation by researchers in the global South and global North.
The webinar series has been designed to foster the exchange among academics, practitioners and policy makers on ongoing research in ALL. Preliminary findings should point to potential impact at the policy and practitioner levels and be communicated in lay language. Preference will be given to late stage PhD Students who have already defined their approach (even if incompletely) and obtained significant results (e.g., that might already have been published).
Call for Presentations
The UNESCO Chair encourages proposals that address new and emerging issues in ALL, including, but not limited to:
- Whether and how ALL responds to and/or facilitates transformation of societies and addresses inequalities
- ALL across sectors: health, livelihoods, agriculture, financing, climate change, etc.
- The role of ALL in gender and/or youth empowerment
- International and intercultural perspectives on ALL
- Distinctive/blurring boundaries between formal, informal and non-formal ALL spaces
- Power, voice and identities in ALL
- Issues and potentials of ethnographic, participatory and/or action-orientated methodologies in ALL research
To apply, please fill in the application form (bit.ly/WebinarApplicationUEA) and submit a a one-minute video showcasing your research and its potential implications for policy-making and practice. If unable to attach the video in an email, please upload it on a video hosting site of your choice and include the link in the form.
The deadline for the Autumn semester webinars is Sunday, September 30th.
Send in applications or any questions to Helene Binesse (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Chris Millora (email@example.com).
You may download this call here : http://bit.ly/ALLCallForPresentations