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

Jul 15 2021

¡Equipo Colombiano EdJAM! Conformado de pedagogas y investigadores con enorme experiencia y una fuerte ética de amor y aprendizaje. En agosto reunirán a docentes de Cúcuta para crear metodologías para la enseñanza del conflicto en esta zona muy impactado por múltiples violencias.

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jul 07 2021

This week @BophanaCenter colleagues are recording interviews with former low level Khmer Rouge, now in their 70s and 80s. These testimonies will be integrated into the Khmer Rouge History app, which is already used by students and teachers to learn about the Khmer Rouge period

Education, Justice and Memory Network (EDJAM) @EdjamNetwork

Jun 28 2021

Chronography curriculum! @Kerileef on learning about connected pasts, presents and futures and on living in time.

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

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