Full Special Issue Now Live: Middle Eastern post-conflict futures in education: Iraq, Syria and Yemen. IJCED, Vol 20, Issue 3 / 4

Special Issue Update: Middle Eastern post-conflict futures in education: Iraq, Syria and Yemen

Table Of Contents: Volume 20 Issue 3 / 4

Published: 2018, Start page: 130 Special Issue: Middle Eastern post-conflict futures in education: Iraq, Syria and Yemen, Editor(s): Juliet Millican and Carol Webb

Foreword by Yasmine Sherif, (United Nations – Education Cannot Wait – Global Fund for Education in Emergencies UNICEF, New York, New York, USA):


Yasmine Sherif
, (2018) “Middle Eastern post-conflict futures in education: Iraq, Syria and Yemen”, International Journal of Comparative Education and Development, Vol. 20 Issue: 3/4, pp.130-131, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCED-08-2018-032

 

“We are still here”: the stories of Syrian academics in exile

Tom ParkinsonTarek ZoubirShaher AbdullateefMusallam AbedtalasGhana AlyamaniZiad Al IbrahimMajdi Al HusniFuad Alhaj OmarHamoud HajhamoudFadi IboorHusam AllitoMichael JenkinsAbdulkader RashwaniAdnan SennouFateh Shaban (pp. 132 – 147)

Keywords: SyriaHigher educationExileCollaboration

Type: Research paper

Yemen and education: Shaping bottom-up emergent responses around tribal values and customary law

Carol Webb (pp. 148 – 164)

Keywords: YemenEducationConflictTribesComplexity scienceCustomary law

Type: Conceptual Paper


School block grants as a model of financial decentralization in Iraq

Swapna Nair (pp. 165 – 175)

Keywords: DecentralizationChannels of school financingIraq education sectorSchool-based managementSchool block grants

Type: General review

Conflict, insecurity and the political economies of higher education: The case of Syria post-2011

Jo-Anne DillaboughOlena FimyarColleen McLaughlinZeina Al-AzmehShaher AbdullateefMusallam Abedtalas (pp. 176 – 196)

Keywords: Higher educationPolitical economyConflictDisplacement

Type: Research paper

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