Using art, technology, heritage, the senses and pedagogies for dialogue and hope, EdJAM partners lead these projects developing creative ways to teach and learn about past violence and injustice

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Publications, Visual arts

‘Weaving resistance from mountain to mountain’: Peasant-to-peasant dialogue about traditional knowledge from an ethno-educational and oral perspective, to train 14–16-year-old students as record keepers, weavers and curators of collective memories and traditional practices.

'Weaving resistance from mountain to mountain'. We seek to strengthen the memory project of the Luis Ernesto Puyana Educational Institution (IELEP, located…

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Knowledge as a tool for liberation: Economy and culture as violent colonialist tools.

Investigation of Israeli occupation to produce thoroughly examined information and knowledge faithful to the local Palestinian narrative through written…

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Exhibitions, Video/Film, Curriculum

Embracing Social Identities

Multimodal pedagogical resources exploring the gender minorities in Pakistan. Encompassing three main themes: an introduction to the communities through…

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Events, Publications, Curriculum

Raising Awareness About the Challenging Past in the Middle East

Building a curriculum, developing a pedagogical approach, and teaching seminars which are geared towards the communal comprehension of the forms of violence…

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Audio broadcasts, Visual arts, Publications

Unfinished Business: Memory and Counternarratives to the Rainbow Nation

A collaborative project to teach about South Africa’s ‘unfinished business’ through the creation of innovative decolonial artistic interventions,…

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Events, Video, Publications

Performing Pain: Mnemotechnologies of remembrance in Abia and its impact on informal (music) education, memory, peace and recovery

Investigating how the community of Abia, in northern Uganda, who experienced a horrific LORD’s Resistance Army massacre in 2004, perform their pain through…

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Events, Publications, Audio broadcasts

The Accompong Maroon Youth Culture Camp & Memory Bank

By exploring the history and culture of the Jamaican Maroons, we seek to educate and uplift the youth of our communities by learning about our true history…

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Publications, Curriculum, Events

T’ikary: An educational project for Quechua youth

Mosqoy’s academic research will focus on self-perception in indigenous youth. We will measure students’ perceptions of themselves and their Quechua…

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Events, Publications, Visual arts

Unravelling views: tools for a pedagogy of peace and social dialogue in Colombia.

The project will explore EdJAM's working area of Transitional Justice and Memory, seeking to understand the subjective meaning of the transitional processes…

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Memories of Conflict: Healing from Lyari’s Violent Past

This project, which is a collaboration between Nida Kirmani, a sociologist, and Dostain Ellahi, an independent filmmaker, will utilize documentary film…

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Publications, Curriculum, Phone App

Uprooted: co-creating an educational timeline addressing the violent past

Investigating to what extent the historical enquiry of multiple perspectives on the violent past affects secondary school teachers’ and students’ knowledge…

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Video/Film, Publications, Visual arts

Intimate Cartographies in Community

Deconstructing the idea that the past and the present are disconnected with tours around the district with secondary school students and teachers through…

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