A curated list of amazing pieces that will introduce you to the key debates in Pan-African education
Africa is still forging its relationship with western education, what can a Pan-African perspective offer us?
By Apeike Umolu Black history month is upon us in the UK and there will be a plethora of events …
They will discuss the current state of education in Africa, including the legacies of colonisation, the impacts of globalisation.
In this article, we try to understand how CRT emerged and how we can engage in the conversations it is urging us into.
We catch up with Founder Korede Awobowale to talk about how Vemoye is giving back to the continent.
We explore why lawmakers and social commentators in the US and UK are so opposed to teaching the full national history
This innovative project will map past and present Pan-African action to codify a pedagogy for trans-national citizenship derived from the Black experience.
Pan-African Citizenship Education is a global citizenship pedagogy derived from the Black experience and drawing on the successes of over 500 years of successful trans-cultural and trans-national cooperation.