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 16 2021

Today @nono_francis from @refugeelawproj and @AbitiAdebo from Uganda National Museum are with teachers in Kitgum, sharing the mobile exhibition they have developed. Objects leave the museum, travel to schools, and spark discussion about their past and present usages and meanings

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 10 2021

The UK’s ODA cuts are devastating for many worldwide & delayed the EdJAM project. Despite this, EdJAM will still commission research into creative ways to teach about past violence & injustice. For more details on the call for projects up to £30k sign up 👉

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 04 2021

We are celebrating the one and only @nono_francis today! Full scholarship to continue his brilliant research in transitional justice and memory in Northern Uganda

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

May 26 2021

1/2 The EdJAM Learning Evaluation & Partnership (LEP) team is responsible for shaping a values-driven approach to learning across the EdJAM portfolio. A monthly LEP reading group has started as a space to discuss & develop our collective understanding of the project's 7 values.

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