14.06.2022
UK Academics Campaigning for Social Justice

Faced with precarious contracts and poor working conditions, university staff have been organising for the promise of social justice in education.

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14.06.2022
Decolonising Belgium’s Oldest University

Student-led action is putting the challenge of decolonisation to KU Leuven and giving marginalised students a voice.

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14.06.2022
The Netherlands’ “Bad Luck Generation”

After many broken promises by their government, Dutch students are fighting the burden of debt.

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14.06.2022
Pierre Bourdieu: Cultural Capital in the 21st Century

French thinker Pierre Bourdieu offers a lens for examining the role of education in closing social gaps.

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14.06.2022
The Fault Lines of Education in Europe

Data uncovers the relationship between public investment in education and equality and social mobility in Europe.

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14.06.2022
Studies in Subversion: The Battle Over Higher Education in Europe

Andrea Pető and Éric Fassin on the “culture wars” and the conservative attack on academic freedom.

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14.06.2022
Lessons Unlearned

Any project of building a different society goes hand in hand with reimagining education. For Greens, this is a potential too precious to pass up.

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10.08.2016
What’s the Matter with Amsterdam? – An Education Discourse Turned on its Head

This spring students in Amsterdam occupied their university, sparking similar protests in many other cities from the UK, to Canada, to Montenegro. What was the cause of this unrest and how did the protest come about? A reconstruction.

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