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REAL Centre Upcoming Events

REAL Centre Seminar Series

The REAL Centre is delighted to announce the following seminar series for this term.

Programmeavailable here

Circumstances permitting, seminars on 1st and 22nd February 2022 will take place both online and in-person. Event details will be emailed out in the days leading up to the seminar.

Please sign up to each event that you are interesting in attending using the individual Eventbrite links.


Seminar Poster

Teachers and teaching for marginalised girls during COVID-19: Evidence from the Girls' Education Challenge. In-person and online.
Tuesday 1 February 2022, 13:00-14:00 GMT 
Monazza Aslam and Shenila Rawal, Oxford Partnership for Education Research and Analysis (OPERA)
Register: via Eventbrite

Bridging the home-school divide: Uncovering social capital for early childhood education during COVID-19 in Pakistan. Online.
Tuesday 8 February 2022, 13:00-14:00 GMT
 
Baela Raza Jamil, Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA)
Register: via Eventbrite

How the Zambian education system and partners are using evidence for accelerated learning: Experience of Teaching at the Right Level. Online.
Tuesday 15 February 2022, 13:00-14:00 GMT 
Anne-Thora Vardoy-Mutale and Jef Peeraer, VVOB
Register: via Eventbrite

Effects of teacher knowledge and teaching practices on mathematics achievement in Rwandan secondary schools. In-person and online. 
Tuesday 22 February 2022, 13:00-14:00 GMT
Emma Carter and Artemio Cortez Ochoa, REAL Centre, University of Cambridge
Register: via Eventbrite




REAL Centre Past Events

A Cambridge event with the Yidan Prize Foundation

Creating an Equitable Future through Education: 
An event showcasing transformational work in education research and practice in the context of COVID and climate change, with a focus on girls’ education.

  • Date and Time: Thursday 7 October, 9:00-16:15 BST.
  • Full programme with speaker bios: Read the full programme with details of all speakers.

Catch up on the event: via Jesus College's YouTube page

Yidan Prize Poster with title Creating an Equitable Future through Education

About the Conference
The Yidan Prize Foundation, the University of Cambridge and CAMFED co-hosted a conference to showcase transformational work in education research and practice, with a focus on girls’ education.

Conference theme
The theme of the event was on the global challenges facing education today, as we consider the inequalities exposed by the pandemic and the disruption exacerbated by climate change, which disproportionately affects women and girls. There was be a focus on the efforts and partnerships to find solutions, in reaching the most marginalised young people and in re-imagining quality education for all.

Sessions that the event will cover:
• inclusive education through disruption exacerbated by the pandemic and climate change
• education and mental health in challenging times
• cross-sector support and financing for global education

Speakers
The conference will bring together global policymakers, educationalists, foundation heads, leading academics and activists.

CAMFED Co-Executives Lucy Lake and Angeline Murimirwa—2020 Yidan Prize for Education Development laureates—will join discussions about keeping marginalised learners in education. They’ll share what they’ve learned about getting—and keeping—girls in school with CAMFED’s Patron Julia Gillard AC, former Chair of the Global Partnership for Education and 27th Prime Minister of Australia.

The panels and keynotes will feature speakers including HRH Princess Laurentien of the Netherlands, Professor Pauline Rose of the REAL Centre at the University of Cambridge, and Professor Usha Goswami and Dr Erum Mariam, who are members and representatives of the Yidan Prize Foundation’s Council of Luminaries.



Book cover

Book Launch – Reforming Education and Challenging Inequalities in Southern Contexts: Research and Policy in International Development. A tribute to Christopher Colclough

Date and Time: 11th May, 1:00PM- 2:30PM (UK BST)

Book launch event to celebrate the work of the late Christopher Colclough, who, as a leading figure in education and international development, played a key role in the global fight for education for all children. At the launch, the book editors provided an overview of the book. Authors of the chapters, all of whom knew Christopher and his inspirational work well, were present to answer questions from the audience.

A 20% discount is available for the hard cover version of [pdf] this book on Reforming Education and the e-book. Please use the code FLY21 when ordering either of these versions. With this discount the e-book costs £29.59.

The 20% discount can also be used for other books in the series: see [pdf] Education, Poverty and International Development book series.

Book by Routledge: Visit Routledge for more information on the book and open access to the Foreword and four chapters.

See full list of chapters and authors below. Chapters 1, 6, 7 and 12 are available open access.


REAL Centre launch in collaboration with CAMFED

Date: 16 June 2015

The need for the REAL centre is pressing. It will make a difference in helping us to understand what works to make education more equitable. It will generate much light to educate every child, including every girl. The REAL centre will be one of real achievement.

                                                                                                      The Honourable Julia Gillard, 27th Prime Minister of Australia

Watch highlights of the opening event on YouTube.

Video link to REAL Centre Opening Event

You can also read about our launch event in a University of Cambridge news article: Cambridge gets REAL about overcoming obstacles to global education.


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