Centre for International Education (CIE)

Identities: Citizenship, Gender and Youth

CIE Director, Professor Mairead Dunne, presents "Addressing School Related Gender-Based Violence: Learning from Practice" at the Irish Consortium on Gender-Based Violence in December 2012:

Download the Desk Review for Concern: Promising practice in school-related gender-based violence prevention and response programming globally [PDF 1.95MB]. This important review of practices to address gender-based violence around schools was produced by a team from CIE, including Professor Fiona Leach, Professor Máiréad Dunne and Eric Slade.

Dr Alison Croft

Morley, L and Croft, A (2011): Agency and Advocacy: Disabled students in Higher Education in Ghana and Tanzania, Research in Comparative and International Education, 6:4

Croft, A. (2010): Including Disabled Children in Learning: Challenges in developing countries, CREATE Pathways to Access, Research Monograph No.36, University of Sussex

Dr Barbara Crossouard

Morley, Louise; Crossouard, Barbara (2016): 'Rejection, refusal, reluctance, revisioning: Women in higher education leadership in South Asia.' Studies in Higher Education. ISSN 0307-5079

Morley, Louise; Crossouard, Barbara (2016): 'Gender in the neoliberalised global academy: The affective economy of women and leadership in South Asia'. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 37 (1). pp. 149-168. ISSN 0142-5692

Morley, Louise; Crossouard, Barbara (2015): Women in higher education leadership in South Asia: Rejection, refusal, reluctance, revisioning. British Council 

Crossouard, Barbara; Dunne, Mairead (2015): 'Politics, gender and youth citizenship in Senegal: Youth policing of dissent and diversity. International Review of Education, 61 (1). pp. 43-60. ISSN 0020-8566

Crossouard, B. (2011): Book Review: Towards Gender Equality. South African schools during the HIV and AIDS epidemic. (2009) Morrell, R., Epstein, D, Unterhalter, E, Bhana, D and Moetsane, R. (Scottsville, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press). British Educational Research Journal, 37(2), 355.

Professor Máiréad Dunne

Dunne, Máiréad (2015): 'Youth researching youth: Methodological reflections from a multi-country study of youth claiming rights to education and sexual reproductive health' in Bastian, S. (ed) Youth at the margins: Experiences from engaging youth in research worldwide. New Research - New Voices. Sense Publishers, 4 pp. 299-316.

Dunne, Máiréad; Durrani, Naureen; Crossouard, Barbara; Fincham, Kathleen (2014): Youth as active citizens report: Youth working towards their rights to education and sexual reproductive health. Oxfam Novib, The Netherlands 

Dunne, M., Humphreys, S., Dauda, M., Kaibo, J. with Garuba, A. (2013): Adamawa State Primary Education Research. Access, quality and outcomes, with specific reference to gender. Yola, Nigeria/Brighton, UK: Adamawa State Universal Basic Education Board/CIE, University of Sussex.

Dunne, M. and Anaga, E.D. (2013): 'Dropping Out: Identity conflict in and out of school in Ghana', International Journal of Educational Development, 33(2), pp 196-205

Dunne, M., Sabates, R., Bosumtwi-Sa,, C and Owusu, A. (2012): 'Peer Relations, Violence and School Attendance: Analyses of bullying in senior high schools in Ghana'. Journal of Development Studies, pp 1-16

Dunne, M. (2009): Gender as an Entry Point for Addressing Social Exclusion and Multiple Disparities in Education. 13 May 2009

Dunne, M. (2008): Gender, Sexuality and Development: Education and Society in sub-Saharan Africa. Rotterdam, Sense Publishers. Sole-edited book 250pp ISBN 978-90-8790-470-8

Dunne, M. (2007): Gender, Sexuality and Schooling: Everyday Life in Junior Secondary Schools in Botswana and Ghana. International Journal of Educational Development. 27 (2007): 499-511

Dunne, M. and Leach, F. (2007): Gender Conflict and Schooling: Identity, space and violence. In F. Leach and M. Dunne (2007) (eds) Education, Conflict and Reconciliation: International perspectives.  Bern/Oxford: Peter Lang, 187-202.

Reddy, S. and Dunne, M. (2007): Risking It: Young Heterosexual Femininities in South African Context of HIV/AIDS. Sexualities 10 (2) 159-172

Dunne, M., Leach, F. and Humphreys, S. (2006): Gender violence in schools in 'developing' countries, Gender and Education, Vol.18, No. 1, pp. 75-98.

Dunne, M. & Leach, F. (2005) Gendered School Experiences: the impacts on retention and achievement in Botswana and Ghana. London, DFID. 171pp ISBN 1-86192-638-3

Dr Naureen Durrani

Durrani, N. with Shah, N. (2010): Language policy, identity and power: The status and teaching of English in Pakistan. In S.Clarke, P.Dickinson and J.Westbrook (eds) The Complete Guide to Becoming an English Teacher. London: Sage. Second Edition, 324-329

Durrani, N. (2008): Schooling the 'other': Representation of gender and national identities in Pakistani curriculum texts, Compare, 38(5): 595-610

Durrani, N. (2008): Schooling the 'other': Representation of gender and national identities in Pakistani curriculum texts. Compare, 38(5): 595-610

Professor Fiona Leach

Leach, F. (2012): Resisting Conformity: Missionary women and the schooling of girls in early 19th century West Africa. History of Education, 41(2), pp 133-153. ISSN 1464-5130

Leach, F. (2009): Violence against girls: do schools do enough to protect against HIV/AIDS?.  In S.Aikman and E.Unterhalter (eds) Education, Gender Equality and HIV/AIDS, Oxford: Oxfam/ActionAid International

Leach, F. and Bakari, S (2007): "I Invited Her To My Office": Normalising sexual violence in a Nigerian college of education, in S. P. Heyneman (ed)Buying your Way Into Heaven: Education and corruption in international perspective, Rotterdam: Sense.

Leach, F. and Humphreys, S. (2007): Gender violence in schools, Gender and Development, 15 (1), 51-65

Leach, F. (2006): Gender violence in schools in the developing world. In F. Leach and C. Mitchell (eds) Combating Gender Violence in and around Schools, Stoke-on-Trent : Trentham.

Leach, F. (2006): Researching Gender Violence in Schools: methodological and ethical considerations, World Development, 34 (6), 1129-1147.

Leach, F. (2003): Learning to Be Violent: The role of the school in developing adolescent gendered behaviour. Compare, 33 (3), 385-400

Leach, F., Fiscian, V., Kadzamira, E., Lemani, E. & Machakanja, P. (2003): An Investigative Study of the Abuse of Girls in African Schools. Education Research Report No.54, London: DFIDc

Dr Linda Morrice

Morrice, Linda (2016): 'British citizenship, gender and migration: The containment of cultural differences and the stratification of belonging'. British Journal of Sociology of Education. ISSN 0142-5692

Morrice, Linda (2015): Citizenship regimes: The stratification of belonging and recognition

Morrice, Linda (2014): The learning migration nexus: Towards a conceptual understanding. RELA , 5 (2). pp. 149-159. ISSN 2000-7426

Professor Mario Novelli

Novelli, M. & Ferus-Comelo, A. (eds.) (2010): Globalisation, Knowledge & Labour, London: Routledge

Professor John Pryor

Pryor J., Ampiah, J.G., Kutor, N. and Boadu, K. (2005) Student Councils in Ghana and the formation of the liberal democratic citizen, in: K. Mutua and C. Sundal (Eds.) Forefronts in Research, Greenwich CT, Information Age Publishing. Chapter 5 pp.65-86

Dr Benjamin Zeitlyn

Zeitlyn, B. (2012): Maintaining Transnational Social Fields: The role of visits to Bangladesh for British Bangladeshi children. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(6) pp.953-969. ISSN 1369-183X

Zeitlyn, B. and Mand, K. (2012): Researching Transnational Childhoods. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(6) pp.987-1007. ISSN 1369-183X

Zeitlyn, B. (2012): Maintaining Transnational Social Fields: The role of visits to Bangladesh for British Bangladeshi children. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(6) pp.953-969. ISSN 1369-183X

Zeitlyn, B. and Mand, K. (2012): Researching Transnational Childhoods. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 38(6) pp.987-1007. ISSN 1369-183X

Zeitlyn, B., Hussain, Z., Kumar, A. and Rao, S. (2010): Return Migrant Entrepreneurs in India. International Labour Organisation, India. ISBN 978-92-2-124131-7

Siddiqui, T., Rashid, R. and Zeitlyn, B. (2008): Information Campaigns on Safe Migration and Pre-Departure Training. Discussion Paper. Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty.

Zeitlyn, B. (2008): Challenging Language in the Diaspora. Bangla Journal, 6(14) 126-140.

Zeitlyn, Benjamin (2005): Tradition or Translation? Cynical or Scared? The rise of Islamic radicalism among British Bangladeshis. Journal of Peace Studies, 12 (1).