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This paper considers the construction of an 'ideal' level of female education in China by reflecting on the social phenomenon of 'leftover women', and the perpetuation of this stigma by both Chinese state media. It contributes an in-depth engagement with the educational dimensions of 'leftover women' through innovative discourse analysis that exami...
This technical note outlines the design and implementation of the survey ‘Climate Change – Practices, Experiences and Attitudes’, part of the Transforming Universities for a Changing Climate (Climate-U) research project. The survey was designed to assess students’ experiences, their engagement in climate change action and their attitudes towards en...
This paper aims to explore how the principles of participatory action research (PAR) articulate with questions of climate justice. Drawing on three qualitative case studies in Brazil, Fiji and Kenya, the paper explores university institutional capabilities, asking how the principles of mobilising PAR to support transformative outcomes can further c...
Symbolic violence is (re)produced within families at the nexus of blame and shame. This paper presents an understanding of symbolic violence that extends beyond processes of internalisation, in which shame is directed against the self, to questions of processes of reproduction within families, in which shame is externalised through blame. Drawing o...
This report focuses on the four transformative principles of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: leave no-one behind; tackle inequalities; integrate environment and development; and promote participation and dialogue. The report uses a bottom-up approach to identify positive examples of sustainable development policies and practices chosen...
Reflecting some of the perspectives of Robinson-Pant and Nabi, that women’s learning should be developmental and part of more holistic policies, Chopra focuses on the expressed learning interests of traditional midwives. She explores how a rights-based and social transformation approach to literacy learning could result in an impact on female fetic...
GCRF project to explore the impact of locally generated initiatives on climate change mitigation and adaptation in universities in Brazil, Fiji, Kenya and Mozambique