International Cooperation to Achieve the Education for All Goals: Strategies and Challenges for UNICEF and its Partners in Kenya

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12:45-2:00pm Tuesday, 8 October, 2013 206 Runme Shaw Building, HKU Main Campus Speakers: Suguru Mizunoya Chair: Mark Bray   This seminar will provide a short history of the education sector in Kenya, highlighting major events such as the introduction of Free Primary Education, post-election violence in 2008, the Horn of Africa Drought Crisis, and promulgation of the new […]

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Education, Growth, Aid and Development: Towards Education For All


Return to the CERC Monograph Series. Edited by: Linda Chisholm, Graeme Bloch, Brahm Fleisch 2008, 116pp. More Information ISBN 978-962-8093-99-1 HK$100 (local), US$16 (overseas) Buy from CERC or online Preview in Google Books     Published by Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) in collaboration with the Southern African Comparative and History of Education Society (SACHES) The book’s contributing authors raise […]

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China’s Soft Power and Internationalisation in Africa


12:45-2:00pm Tuesday 2 July 2013 204 Runme Shaw Building, HKU Main Campus Speakers: Kenneth King, Bjorn Nordtveit, and Pravina King Chair: Trey Menefee This seminar is the first dissemination seminar for all those interested in new field research on China’s latest higher education cooperation with Africa. The 20+20 Project partners 20 African and Chinese universities in […]

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China-Africa Research

China-Africa Educational Aid and Development Cooperation Papers by Kenneth King and Bjorn Nordtveit    Nordtveit, B 2011. An emerging donor in education and development: A case study of China in Cameroon International Journal of Educational Development King, K. 2010a. China’s Cooperation with Africa, and Especially South Africa, in Education and Training. A Special Relationship and a Different Approach to Aid? Journal of International Cooperation in […]

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