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…Read more
We want to challenge a state-driven homogenization of Pakistani identity in school curriculum with a free downloadable, interactive history textbook that…Read more
Mosqoy students will participate in a variety of workshops emphasising cultural identity and traditional knowledge, including traditional music, medicine,…Read more
Following a year of developing the Violent Past Teaching Manual, the TSGM team is currently focusing on supporting student-centered approaches in history…Read more
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.Read more
‘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…Read more
Investigation of Israeli occupation to produce thoroughly examined information and knowledge faithful to the local Palestinian narrative through written…Read more
Multimodal pedagogical resources exploring the gender minorities in Pakistan. Encompassing three main themes: an introduction to the communities through…Read more
History is more than dates, more than an objective or subjective reading of past truths – history lives in us.Read more
Building a curriculum, developing a pedagogical approach, and teaching seminars which are geared towards the communal comprehension of the forms of violence…Read more
A collaborative project to teach about South Africa’s ‘unfinished business’ through the creation of innovative decolonial artistic interventions,…Read more
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 2014, perform their pain through…Read more