A Situated Response: Academic & Frontline As the pandemic painfully uncovered where global solidarity fails and where education becomes an ‘essential’ service to society, populist messages, conspiracy theories and socio-economic and educational injustices persisted and even grew. It may thus …
who has shown solidarity with whom in the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020? lessons for teaching solidarity to students
neoliberal meritocracy: how ‘widening participation’ to universities in england reinforces class divisions
can solidarity be taught?
It was Aide et Action Benin who decided to launch a movement in this country in order to educate the population to donate, to show solidarity with one another, to enable a child who is lost somehow to have access to school. Because here the white person, excuse me, is still perceived as someone who …
towards a praxis of educational solidarity
the empty demand for solidarity
In his novel “The Age of the Fish,” first published in 1937, Ödön von Horváth describes how the students in a school class ally against their teacher and try to have him replaced. The trigger for this resistance by the students was a reprimand from the teacher that seemed unjust and unacceptable to …
the solidum in solidarity
building solidarities through public education: national, multicultural and cosmopolitan?
expanded education and global integration: solidarity and conflict
editorial: frontiers of solidarity
Solidarity is one of those multifarious ideas that appears to gain popularity in times of crisis – and is called for by politicians, the media, celebrities, and the general public, (sometimes) from diametrically opposed ideological positions (Chouliaraki, 2013; Lahusen, 2020; Wallaschek, 2020). The …