Education Justice and Memory Network (EdJAM)

EdJAM is a network of researchers, educators and civil society organisations working in the arts, education and heritage. We are committed to creative ways to teach and learn about the violent past in order to build more just futures.

EdJAM is funded by the UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Global Challenges Research Funding (GCRF) Collective Programme.

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Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 27 2022

📊Compartiendo este análisis de igualdad de solicitudes y proyectos financiados por nuestra reciente convocatoria de pequeñas subvenciones. Completado por la pasante de EdJAM Linxuan Chu https://t.co/8DkT91znlQ

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 08 2022

✨And now all 11 books in the Pakistan Children's books series are available for free download on our website, with volumes available in Balochi, Sindi, Urdu and English ✨ https://t.co/ugdT6RoVDn

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 06 2022

📊Pleased to share this equalities analysis of applications to and projects funded by our recent small grants call. Completed by EdJAM placement student Linxuan Chu https://t.co/uebxMQ8ykO

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 06 2022

🌟 Six of the eleven books in the children books series developed by @taniasaeed, @sameen_mohsin and their students and artists in Pakistan are now available for download on our website in Urdu and English.🌟 The rest are coming soon! https://t.co/ugdT6RoVDn

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

May 25 2022

Reminder about this event taking place tomorrow! Come along to discuss the role of heritage and everyday learning in education about past violence and injustice. Links to join online and in-person in Bristol in the thread below 👇🏾 https://t.co/EKJfsblFve

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

May 19 2022

🗓️Next Wednesday (26th May) at 11am GMT @AbitiAdebo from Uganda Museum and @Molesk from Cardiff University in discussion on all things heritage, memory and everyday lives. All welcome - register for online here: https://t.co/RUaCjZRnfy

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