Edmund King Award up to £500

ECRs within 3yrs complete PhD or final year PhD students and BAICE members, presenting full papers

Name Title
Lucy Atkinson, York Teacher Professional Development in Refugee Contexts – A Case Study of Palestine Refugees in Amman, Jordan
Eva Bulgrin, Sussex Reimagining the current policy of decentralisation in Benin: the perspectives of teachers, parents and education officials
Dorothy Ferary, UCL Taman Siswa’s Concept of Education and Its Relevance Today
Seema Nath, Cambridge Including children’s opinions of their teaching and learning can help progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals in the context of inclusive education for children with disabilities
Arif Naveed, Cambridge Aspirations for taraqqi: Situating schooling in the intergenerational narratives of social mobility in rural Pakistan
Peter Sutoris, Cambridge Activism, public education and sustainable development: Countering de-politicisation of education among the ‘marginalised’

Hugh Hawes Award up to £1500

Nationals of low or middle-income countries based outside UK and BAICE members, presenting full papers

Name Title
Adesuwa Vanessa Agbedahin, South Africa Sustainable development, ESD and the SDGs: Methodological tools and approaches in practice
Madhumita Bandyopadhyay, India Addressing Social Exclusion in School Education in Indian Context
Faith Mkwananzi, South Africa Agency, education and social justice in contexts of migration: What this may mean for Sustainable Development Goals
Ntimi Mtawa, South Africa Service-learning as an educational strategy for advancing citizenship, conscientization and civic agency: A capability approach lens
Purnima Ramanujan, India Methodological overview of three research studies exploring elementary to secondary school transition in India
Saba Saeed, Pakistan Teaching at the right level (TaRL): Evidence from Pakistan
Renu Seth, India Elementary to secondary school transition trends and associations with educational aspirations.
Giving girls a second chance to secondary schooling: Experiences from the field