Human Rights Literacies Future Directions Editors: Roux, Cornelia, Becker, Anne (Eds.) This book adds impetus to the nexus between human rights, human rights education and material reality. The dissonance between these aspects is of growing concern for most human rights educators in various social contexts. The first part of the book opens up new discourses and presents […]
The organizing committee are inviting you to submit your abstract before 1 July 2019, for the SAERA 2019 Conference, scheduled for 23 – 25 October 2019 at the Elangeni – Maharani Hotel, Durban South Africa
Please forward the attached information to the following:
- All staff members in your department
- All people that can benefit from the conference: academics, teachers and researchers
Attached please find the following documents:
- 1st Announcement
- Abstract Submission Form
- Delegate Registration Form
Download Abstract Submission Form SAERA 2019
Due date for submission of abstracts: 1 July 2019
Due date for registration: 12 August 2019
Due date for payment: 9 September 2019
Final date to submit proof of payment: 30 September 2019
Your presentation will be removed from the programme if –
- you do not register on or before 12 August 2019; or
- payment is not received on or before 30 September 2019. (Please take note that a Purchase Order is NOT proof of payment.)
PLEASE send your correspondence to firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to quote your abstract number when applicable.
Please do not hesitate to contact Petra Lawson should you need more information.
We are looking forward to meet you at the SAERA 2019 conference.
Conference Administrator (SAERA 2019)
Phone: +27 (0)83 231 6538
On the 22 October 2019 SAERA will host research developmental workshops, the details of which will be published once finalized.
Our conference update
Dear SAERA Colleagues, See an article on decoloniality and curriculum knowledge selection by Aslam Fataar (based on a presentation delivered at the recent annual SAERA conference, Pretoria, 22 October) recently published in Litnet: https://www.litnet.co.za/how-can-decoloniality-inform-educational-curriculum-knowledge-selection/
PLENARY PANEL: TUESDAY OCTOBER 23rd 2018 How sustainable and viable is multilingualism for higher education purposes in South Africa?
The realisation of Constitutional provisions as regards the use of all eleven languages for education, remain a mirage in South Africa. Recent judgments regarding languages for teaching and learning, as media of instruction, in the context of Unisa and the UFS seem to prophecy a monolingual higher education context in which English becomes a hegemonic language […]
At the last 2017 SAERA conference, a critique was raised that the SAERA organisation and its conference needed to hear a more diverse range of voices about educational research, other than that of seasoned academics/ researchers/ experienced supervisors/ lecturers/specific institutional types, and to look at alternative formats to how conferences can be run to accommodate a […]