Childhood and Youth Studies

Childhood and Youth Studies

Contributing to realising children and young people’s human rights through research, teaching, policy and practice in childhood and youth studies

Category: SIPP blog

SIPP in Brazil

Reading Time: 3 minutes Authors: Irene Rizzini and Malcolm Bush, on behalf of the Brazilian project team UKRI GCRF: Safe, Inclusive Participative Pedagogy (SIPP): Improving Early Childhood Education  is a partnership research project based at University of Edinburgh and undertaken with partners in Brazil, Eswatini, Palestine, South Africa. We are working with communities, local and national partners to promote change, […]

Featured image of Introducing Vrygrond

Reading Time: 2 minutes Authors: Lizette Berry and Linda Biersteker, The Children’s Institute – University of Cape Town Introducing Vrygrond, our South African partner community UKRI GCRF Safe, Inclusive, Participative Pedagogies (SIPP): Early Childhood Education in Fragile Settings is a partnership research project based at University of Edinburgh and undertaken with partners in Brazil, Eswatini, Palestine, South Africa. We […]

Featured image for the launch of the Early Childhood Education in Fragile Settings blog series

Reading Time: 2 minutes Author: Dr Christina McMellon, University of Edinburgh This post Launches the Early Childhood Education in Fragile Settings blog series and sets out the upcoming entries. Safe, Inclusive, Participative Pedagogies (SIPP): Early Childhood Education in Fragile Settings Early childhood education has increasingly been recognised as a societal priority. We know from research that children can be […]

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