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UNESCO Chair seminar series - Education’s ‘reparative’ possibilities - Posibilidades ‘reparadoras’ de la educación - Shared screen with speaker view
Monisha Bajaj
33:32
Hi from California!
Arathi Sriprakash
33:35
Welcome everyone! Greetings to you all from Bristol!
Maria Roman
33:55
Hi from Leeds, UK
Rafael Mitchell
34:10
Hello from St Judes in North Bristol!
Jovita Movillon
34:24
Good morning from the University of the Philippines Los Baños
Tania Saeed
34:29
Salaam from Lahore, Pakistan
Rebecca Roberts
34:31
Hello everyone from Bristol, UK :)
Laura Cashman
34:34
Hello from Cambridge, UK :)
Pirbhai-Illich, Fatima
34:35
Hello from Regina, SK Canada
melialani hamilton
34:35
Hello from Bath, UK :)
Thaís de Carvalho
34:36
Hello from Sesimbra, Portugal :)
Mustapha Banghaham Abdul-Aziz
34:37
Hi from Oulu, Finland
Alexandra Negoita
34:49
Good evening from Coventry, UK
Ali Strokova
34:52
Hello from Bristol, UK!
Rafael Mitchell
35:01
https://en.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/#:~:text=About%20the%20initiative,complexity%2C%20uncertainty%2C%20and%20precarity.
Selva Lorenz
35:14
Hi from Munich, Germany
Matthew Zwicker
35:18
Aloha from Oulu, Finland 🤗
Rafael Mitchell
35:22
https://en.unesco.org/futuresofeducation/get-involved/top-3-challenges-and-purposes-education
Melissa Guadalupe Huertas
35:35
Greetings from Trujillo, Peru!
Artemio Cortez
36:08
¡Bienvenidxs sean todxs! Gracias por acompañarnos.Por favor tengan en cuenta que este Seminario Web será grabado.Desde este momento y hasta que se abra el espacio para Preguntas y respuestas sus micrófonos permanecerán desactivados.Por favor, usen la función “Preguntas y Respuestas” para hacernos llegar sus dudas y/o votar por preguntas hechas por otrxs participantes.Por favor no duden en usar la función “Chat” para saludar a otrxs asistentes y a lxs panelistas.
Artemio Cortez
36:20
La sesión de Zoom contará con interpretación simultánea a español e inglés de manera remota, que se llevará a cabo por intérpretes externos a la Universidad de Bristol. Al entrar a la sesión verán un botón en la parte inferior de la pantalla donde podrán elegir el idioma en el que desean escuchar a los presentadores. Este botón parece un pequeño planeta.Podrán alternar al canal adecuado para escuchar en el idioma de su preferencia. Los participantes que deseen escuchar la presentación en inglés, por favor, seleccionen el canal de inglés. Los participantes que deseen escuchar la presentación en español, por favor, seleccionen el canal español. No seleccionen las opciones “Apagado” o “Silenciar el audio original” porque no podrán escuchar a los presentadores.
Jodie Gong
36:23
Greetings from Bristol!
Christie Smith
36:55
Welcome everyone and thank you for joining us!Please note that this Webinar will be recorded.We’re keeping people muted during the first part of the session until the Q&A.Please use the Q&A function to raise questions and also upvote any questions you like that have been raised by others.Please also feel free to use this chat function to say hi!This session will include remote simultaneous interpreting into Spanish and English by interpreters external to the University of Bristol. You will see an Interpretation channel button at the bottom of your screen that looks like a globe.You will need to switch to the appropriate channel to listen to your preferred language. As an English-speaking listener please switch to the English channel, as a Spanish-speaking listener, please switch to the Spanish channel. Please do not switch to the 'Off' or 'Mute Original Audio' settings because you will not be able to hear anything.
Rafael Mitchell
37:00
Throughout this session you can leave questions in the Q&A and our panellists will address towards the end
Artemio Cortez
37:10
¡Bienvenidxs sean todxs! Gracias por acompañarnos.Por favor tengan en cuenta que este Seminario Web será grabado.Desde este momento y hasta que se abra el espacio para Preguntas y respuestas sus micrófonos permanecerán desactivados.Por favor, usen la función “Preguntas y Respuestas” para hacernos llegar sus dudas y/o votar por preguntas hechas por otrxs participantes.Por favor no duden en usar la función “Chat” para saludar a otrxs asistentes y a lxs panelistas.
Julie Ward
37:13
Hello from a wet muddy walk in the wilds of County Durham North East England - I was a former MEP & VC of European Parliament Culture & Education Committee - Julie Ward
Artemio Cortez
37:21
La sesión de Zoom contará con interpretación simultánea a español e inglés de manera remota, que se llevará a cabo por intérpretes externos a la Universidad de Bristol. Al entrar a la sesión verán un botón en la parte inferior de la pantalla donde podrán elegir el idioma en el que desean escuchar a los presentadores. Este botón parece un pequeño planeta.Podrán alternar al canal adecuado para escuchar en el idioma de su preferencia. Los participantes que deseen escuchar la presentación en inglés, por favor, seleccionen el canal de inglés. Los participantes que deseen escuchar la presentación en español, por favor, seleccionen el canal español. No seleccionen las opciones “Apagado” o “Silenciar el audio original” porque no podrán escuchar a los presentadores.
Rafael Mitchell
38:01
If you're leaving a question, please indicate who your question is directed to...
Thomas (Sudbury-Model)
38:50
Hello from Tucson, Arizona, USA -- not too far from Mexico
Derry Hannam
39:38
Hi from Seaford.
Rafael Mitchell
41:24
Arathi's UNESCO paper is freely available here - https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000374045.locale=en
Carolina Valladares
41:45
If you're leaving a question, please indicate who your question is directed to...Por favor, cuando hagan una pregunta indiquen a quién está dirigida…
Liz Campbell
41:53
Short VideosHello from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
Ine Williams
42:24
Hello from Maricopa, Arizona, USA
Anne Corwith
43:36
Hello from Maryland, USA
Alinah Segobye
45:32
Hello from Windhoek, Namibia
Aishah Wahab
45:56
Hello from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia :)
Artemio Cortez
46:22
Bienvenido Dr Juan Carlos
JuanCarlos Yáñez
46:54
Muchas gracias, estimado Artemio. Un abrazo a todos los participantes.
Rebecca Roberts
46:59
Gracias por hablarnos Tarcila
Julia Paulson
49:17
Hi Tendayi - please click on English in the interpretation button at the button of the screen, to the right
Rafael Mitchell
49:24
The simultaneous interpretation is wonderful, thank you!
Richard Fransham
50:20
Tarcilla, I very much appreciate your comments.
Thaís de Carvalho
52:25
Gracias por compartir tu experiencia, Tarcila. Que fuerte lo que dices. Asi es.
Derry Hannam
01:04:04
Maravillosa charla Tercila. ¡¡Por favor continua!!
Julie Ward
01:05:38
very inspiring & speaking truth - I am co-chair of Purposeful Policies Working Group for Our Shared World education coalition - you can contact me julie4nw@gmail.com
Rafael Mitchell
01:05:47
Bravo, Tarcila - thanks for sharing your insights!
Monisha Bajaj
01:05:49
In case useful, sharing this open access special issue from last year on indigenous women, rights and education. So many resonances with Tarcila’s excellent presentation: https://repository.usfca.edu/ijhre/vol3/iss1/
Maria Roman
01:05:53
La Educación, como eje principal para el futuro de los pueblos. Su visión es muy importante. Gracias
Ine Williams
01:05:55
gracias
Thaís de Carvalho
01:06:06
Tarcila muchisimas gracias! Hermosa charla
Elizabeth Anderson
01:06:08
thank you so much!
Melissa Guadalupe Huertas
01:06:09
Gracias, Tarsila! Que emocionante escucharla siempre
EM
01:06:18
Thank you, it was very inspiring
Mustapha Banghaham Abdul-Aziz
01:06:20
Muchas Gracias por la presentacion
Rebecca Roberts
01:06:21
Muchísimas gracias, palabras tan sabias
Julie Ward
01:08:14
I am also co-chair of Alliance Building Working Group for Culture Declares Emergency https://www.culturedeclares.org/
Richard Fransham
01:17:37
For me, this quote attributed to Queensland Aboriginal Activists in 1970 is the key to decolonizing our schools. “If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” It describes the top rung of Hart’s Ladder of Youth ParticipationThe use of power over others needs to be eliminated from our schools. The democratic school movement provides visions of the kinds of relationships that need to be established.
Rebecca Roberts
01:22:18
Thank you so much Dr Perry
Richard Fransham
01:22:50
Hit return by mistake: Hart’s Ladder of participation is described in the UNICEF document: https://www.unicef-irc.org/publications/pdf/childrens_participation.pdf. The fact that this document was published in 1992 and we are still talking about the problem today is an indication that we to pursue fresh approaches to solving the problem. The question I asked in the Q&A is to bring attention to the work of Derry Hannam and Heather MacTaggart as they make the case that “Another Way Is Possible.”
Rafael Mitchell
01:23:18
Thanks for presenting such a compelling economic case for reparations
Julie Ward
01:24:30
We have a problem in the UKc
Liz Campbell
01:24:38
@Richard. I appreciate that quote very much. I would add that in addition to democracy in schools / classrooms, we need values based education that embraces alternative ways of knowing, being, and doing which are easily introduced and embraced through self-directed learning opportunities.
Caroline Bardrick
01:24:53
Details of the EdJAM launch can be found here: /Los detalles del lanzamiento de EdJAM se pueden encontrar aquí:Details of the EdJAM launch can be found here: /Los detalles del lanzamiento de EdJAM se pueden encontrar aquí: https://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/events/2021/education-justice-and-memory-network-edjam.html
Julie Ward
01:24:55
We currently have a problem with the U.K. gov - read this https://northeastbylines.co.uk/education-and-the-thought-police/
Caroline Bardrick
01:25:23
Details of the EdJAM mailing list can be found here: /Los detalles de la lista de correo de EdJAM se pueden encontrar aquí:https://network.us7.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=9a8e3378c3463d34f244e6763&id=32d2226f90
Caroline Bardrick
01:27:06
Truth Commission article by Julia Paulson and Michelle Bellino/ Artículo de la Comisión de la Verdad por Julia Paulson y Michelle BellinoTruth commissions, education, and positive peace: an analysis of truth commission final reports (1980–2015): Comparative Education: Vol 53, No 3 (tandfonline.com)https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/03050068.2017.1334428
Rafael Mitchell
01:34:04
Elizabete, if you share your email address I can send it to you
Caroline Bardrick
01:34:21
Education as Site of Memory article:/ Artículo La educación como sitio de la memoriaFull article: Education as site of memory: developing a research agenda (tandfonline.com)https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09620214.2020.1743198
Rafael Mitchell
01:35:12
Sign up here - http://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/events/2021/education-justice-and-memory-network-edjam.html
Caroline Bardrick
01:35:19
Contact EdJAM - / Contacta EdJAM -twitter: @EdjamNetworkfacebook: EdjamNetworkemail: info@edjam.network
Rebecca Roberts
01:35:21
Thank you very much Dr Paulson
Caroline Bardrick
01:35:41
Details of the EdJAM launch can be found here: /Los detalles del lanzamiento de EdJAM se pueden encontrar aquí:https://www.bristol.ac.uk/education/events/2021/education-justice-and-memory-network-edjam.html
Alexandra Negoita
01:35:48
Very insightful, thank you all panellists
Jessie Abrahams
01:35:56
CLAP CLAP CLAP. This has been so wonderful. Thanks to everyone
Alison Buckler
01:36:43
One of the most interesting / helpful seminars I've been to in months. Thank you to all speakers!
Rafael Mitchell
01:37:34
Natasha, it will be recorded
Alinah Segobye
01:37:54
Great to hear of the Ed Jam project and to see my colleague Ciraj Rasool to share experiences from southern Africa. Some work on TRC in South Africa there is still a lot of work to do especially to address "unfinished business" of TRCs
Rafael Mitchell
01:37:54
Sign up to EdJam mailing lists for details
Caroline Bardrick
01:38:17
All the EdJAM sessions will be recorded and put on the EdJAM website. Follow us on Twitter about announcements about the website launch. twitter: @EdjamNetwork
Alinah Segobye
01:42:25
One issue running through the 3 speakers is the question of Land.... reparations and restorative justice must start form the big issue - The Land Question. Namibia is grappling with this and the 2nd Land conference in 2019 highlighted that there are still a lot of issues to unpack
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
01:43:21
Tarcila, you and I speek the same language at heart <3 thank you for expressing this in this context.
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
01:45:38
Oh, yes! Both these things in combination is devastating.
Liz Campbell
01:46:18
@Keston, you might be interested in deSousa Santos work: The End of the Cognitive Empire
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
01:47:48
Racism without racists….
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
01:48:29
Thank you! Really good answers from all of you :)
Rebecca Roberts
01:51:06
Absolutely Dr Perry!
Jessie Abrahams
01:56:41
100% Thank you Tarcila this so, so important and so true. Can not wait to get the recording of this to re-watch and share!
Julia Paulson
01:57:21
Thank you to all of you here for your wonderful comments and questions
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
01:58:59
Totally agree!
Thaís de Carvalho
01:59:07
I think the question of what is development is quite central to social justice, as ideas of development motivate most education initiatives. A true interculturality would have to challenge mainstream ideas of growth and value other forms of being in the world.
Rebecca Roberts
01:59:20
Thank you so much to the panellists for such a stimulating and inspiring conversation
Artemio Cortez
01:59:26
Valoramos su asistencia y gracias por darnos retroalimentación en la siguiente liga:https://gsoe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/catedra-unesco-copyThanks for attending and your feedback via the following link:https://gsoe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/copy_v3-bristol-conversations-in-education-decolonis
Alinah Segobye
01:59:36
Thanks for the inspiring presentations! Really enjoyed all the webinars
Anne Corwith
01:59:45
Amazing panel and great Q&A. Thank you.
Ria Dunkley
01:59:53
Thanks so much, such a valuable event
Thaís de Carvalho
02:00:04
This was such an inspiring webinar, thank you all!
Tania Saeed
02:00:14
Thank you Tarcila, Julia, Keston and Arathi for such an insightful discussion. Brilliant panel!
Artemio Cortez
02:00:20
Valoramos su asistencia y gracias por darnos retroalimentación en la siguiente liga:https://gsoe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/catedra-unesco-copyThanks for attending and your feedback via the following link:https://gsoe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/copy_v3-bristol-conversations-in-education-decolonis
Keston Perry
02:00:34
Thanks you everyone! :)
Ine Williams
02:00:40
This was a powerful and inspiring event. Thank you so much. Wonderful panel and perspectives presented today.
Elizabeth Anderson
02:00:47
thanks very much to all!
Angeline Barrett
02:00:52
thank you everyone for all your Qs and comments - so many useful links and really pertinent questions and comments that expand the conversation.
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
02:01:24
These seminars have really had a great impact on my dissertation project and helped me in framing and explaining my view point to others and relate it to this initiative. The combination of decolonisation and sustainability is really powerful. Thank you so much!
Artemio Cortez
02:01:54
Valoramos su asistencia y gracias por darnos retroalimentación en la siguiente liga:https://gsoe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/catedra-unesco-copyThanks for attending and your feedback via the following link:https://gsoe.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/copy_v3-bristol-conversations-in-education-decolonis
Katarina Parfa Koskinen
02:02:04
decolonisation, education and sustainability it is.
Rafael Mitchell
02:02:23
PLEASE DO COMPLETE THE EVALUATION VIA THE LINK ABOVE!
Maria Roman
02:02:31
Muchas gracias por el aporte de los panelistas.
Julia Paulson
02:02:57
Rosemary and Teresa did the interpretation - bravo! Gracias
Jessie Abrahams
02:02:57
Muchas gracias and many many thanks
Keith Holmes
02:02:58
Sincere thanks and please do share the video recordings widely