Launching a new academic year under the cloud of COVID-19

By admin / September 6, 2020 / blog / No Comments

Tigran Shmis Maria Barron Kaliope Azzi-Huck |August 18, 2020   The next few weeks mark the beginning of the school year across the northern hemisphere. Per the World Bank School Closure data, (School Closures and Affected Students by country; a World Bank tracking tool) sixty-seven countries...

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Choosing Our Words With Care

By admin / July 22, 2020 / blog / No Comments

  Work from Andy Goldsworthy that, for the author, represents reframing and the idea of ‘wintering out’​ this crisis.   VERONIQUE LERCH We are not at war! This is a public health emergency. Let’s call it by its name! Faced with the CODID-19 pandemic, the war metaphor is tempting and has...

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Police reform begins with cutting Pentagon money, militarization program | USAToday

By admin / July 9, 2020 / blog / No Comments

‘Throwing weapons and money at problems — especially without appropriate oversight mechanisms — never makes things better and usually makes things much worse.’ For more information about, visit the website. Source link

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Heritage “Vandalism” and The Echoes of Silenced Memories

By admin / July 7, 2020 / blog / No Comments

CRISTIANO GIANOLLA and PEDRO ALMEIDA This article was originally published as part of the Alice Comments series authored by the Epistemologies of the South Research Programme team, in ALICE News. While the world witnesses a widespread uprising against racism, the role of memory and its public rep...

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CIPEHR takes peace to students

By admin / June 3, 2016 / blog / No Comments

Cross section of CIPEHR Executives, Staff and Students of Oduduwa College of Professional Studies, Lagos  

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