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Upcoming CIE Research Cafés                                                                                             

Parents in education: Holistic and indigenous perspectives around schooling and learning in Northcentral Nigeria

with Bukola Oyinloye (York) 

25 April, 5-6:30pm 

EH19, Essex House, University of Sussex (Campus Map) / Zoom 

Full details and registration here! 


The Culture Trap: Ethnic Expectations and Unequal Schooling for Black Youth

with Derron Wallace (Brandeis University, MA) 

2 May, 5-6:30pm 

EH19, Essex House, University of Sussex (Campus MapZoom 

Full details and registration here! 

BAICE Conference September 2024: Call for papers now open

This year's British Association for International and Comparative Education (BAICE) Conference will take place in September, on the University of Sussex campus, and will be hosted by CIE

From BAICE: 

"We warmly welcome the submission of abstracts for the BAICE 2024 conference. The conference will be held at the University of Sussex between Tuesday 3rd and Thursday 5th September. The conference theme is ‘Transgression and transformation: (re)bordering education in times of conflict & crises'. There are five sub-themes focusing on different aspects of this."

Deadline: 5pm (UK time) Monday 18 March, 2024

Please find further details on how to apply on the BAICE website: BAICE 2024 Call for Papers


CIE Annual Report 2022/23

image of CIE's annual report front cover - features a woman teaching a toddler how to write     Check out our latest annual report: CIE Annual Report: 2022/23 [PDF 2.90MB] 


News and Events

CIE Research Café: Daniella Rabino 'Being and becoming in the island's shadows'

By: Eve Wilcox

Last updated: Thursday, 22 February 2024

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