What is ICERDA?
THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EDUCATION RESEARCH FOR DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
The result of a research partnership established between the University of Sussex, UK and the University of Ghana in 2015, the goal of ICERDA is to create a unique space for new and established education researchers to meet regularly to disseminate research that addresses and develops critical discourses on education for development in Africa. ICERDA responds to the need for an independent forum where African voices, and scholars who work with African colleagues, can share evidence based insights into educating the next generation of young Africans. As the Sustainable Development Goals are adopted, it is more important than ever that the locus of control of development and the ideas that make theories of change a reality are driven by African public intellectuals who can speak truth to power.
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