projects

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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Video/Film

Abia Boys and the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA): Documentary Film Project

This project builds on the outcomes of the EdJAM Project, “Performing Pain: Mnemotechnologies of Remembrance in Abia and its Impact on Informal (Music)…

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Publications, Curriculum

Accompong Maroon Youth Culture Group (AMYCG) – Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing

This project is important for our Maroon community as we continue to create and offer quality education and activities to youth. We want youth to learn…

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Video/Film

The Early Sign of the Khmer Rouge Atrocity: Recalling Memory of M-13 through Documentary Film

This project will develop a documentary film to improve Bophana young filmmakers' knowledge of Khmer Rouge history and raise public awareness of M-13,…

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Publications

Rooting ‘Uprooted’

This project will deepen the impact from ‘Uprooted: Co-creating, an educational timeline addressing the violent past’. Having developed digital educational…

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Publications

Learning and the Future: Intimate Cartographies in Community

"Learning and Future", aims to consolidate the work done through a series of learning tools that will facilitate the implementation of transitional justice…

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Publications, Curriculum

Pedagogy in Practice: Training Teachers in the Arab Region

In the past two decades, a record number of Syrians have entered Jordan due to the Syrian civil war, in addition to the smaller but active communities…

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Exhibitions, Publications

Creative Heritage and Imagined Futures (CHIF): Young People, Past Conflicts and a Shared Future for Uganda.

CHIF produced a creative, iterative mobile exhibition that opened up convivial spaces where young people could reflect on, interpret and share ideas of…

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Visual arts, Video/Film, Publications

T’ikary continued: Elevating the voices of Quechua youth

Mosqoy students will participate in a variety of workshops emphasising cultural identity and traditional knowledge, including traditional music, medicine,…

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Publications, News/Blogs, Visual arts

Graphics to decolonise memory: creative pedagogies among the street, the village, and the academia – Phase II: Weaving Latin American bridges.

Palabreras & Callejeras aims to focus its efforts on strengthening the voices of women, social collectives and the decolonial discussions taking place…

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Publications

Disconcerting past – History education on mass atrocities

Following a year of developing the Violent Past Teaching Manual, the TSGM team is currently focusing on supporting student-centered approaches in history…

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Video/Film, Publications

Sakalbil yakunaj yéetel le lu’uma’: k muk’a’ansik le k kúuchila – Weaving love with the earth: strengthening our school

Strengthening U Kúuchil Kambal Kuxtal (School for Life), with boys and girls through an agroecological and decolonial curriculum from an education for peace.

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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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