Mobilities, Transitions, Transformations
INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION AT THE CROSSROADS

Strand 1

Challenging Power, Dominance, Educational Hegemony and the Dilemmas of Intercultural Education

Sessions in this strand focus on the subtle and explicit ways in which power, dominance, and hegemony are exerted in educational contexts through policy and practice, particularly in relation to race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion, and linguistic heritage, and how individuals and organizations are addressing these exertions

Examples of issues

  • The unequal distribution of power and how it manifests in school policy and practice
  • Examples of successful movements for educational justice organized by marginalized or minoritized groups
  • Models and frameworks for intercultural education that emphasize anti-oppression, counter-hegemony, justice, and equity
  • Political, cultural, and social movements, among teachers, students, parents, and others for educational equity and justice, and activism against oppressive educational policies and practices

Chairs

Paul GORSKI

Mónika KOVÁCS

Student Panel
Chair

Çetin ÇELIK

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