Decolonizing our educational/institutional influences
“Talking from an African scientist context, our role as social scientists has to be being the ‘pacemaker’ to establish good connections between our mythology and the western knowledge learned in school and academia. The biggest challenge for African scientists, who have been trained in western institutions, is to liberate themselves from western instructions to understand what people locally are saying and seeing. How can we approach this for western scientists trained in western institutions?”
Deriving question → How can western and non-western scientists liberate themselves from western institutional "instructions"?
Decolonizing our educational/institutional influences – Towards open science funding and mental decolonization
by Kersti Ruth Wissenbach On June 23, 2022, GIG hosted three out of five hangouts addressing p...
Discourse on Decolonizing the Education System in South Sudan
By Andrew Anda Wöndu The formal educational system in South Sudan has its orig...