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Special Issue for the World Higher Education Conference 2022, PIMA Bulletin No. 41

Living with multiple and interrelated economic, political, cultural, and environmental crises, many educational policymakers, teachers, researchers, and scholar-activists recognise the need to develop new and different ways of knowing.  Central questions for those concerned with transformation are: which ways of knowing and what kind of knowledge are most helpful for these times? This PIMA Bulletin Special Issue, jointly produced with the UNESCO Chair in Community-Based Research and Social Responsibility in Higher Education, addresses these questions amongst others.

Through the co-chair holders, Drs Budd Hall, and Rajesh Tandon, Maeva Gauthier (University of Victoria) and Niharika Kaul (PRIA) were invited to be co-editors. We thank them sincerely for undertaking this task with great aplomb.  The timing of the Bulletin is planned to feed into the UNESCO’s 3rd World Conference in Higher Education, Barcelona, 18-20 May 2022. We encourage all those concerned with `knowledge democracy` to share the ideas within the bulletin far and wide.

Read the Special Issue of the PIMA Bulletin No. 41 here:

https://www.pimanetwork.com/post/the-mandala-in-higher-education-higher-education-that-leaves-no-one-behind

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