Networks

Many organizations across the world are working on decolonial theory and practice. This sections is devoted to bringing together the contributions that are being made by interviewing the key people.

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The Latin American Philosophy of Education Society
Rafael Vizcaino interviews Jason T. Wozniak, organizing member of The Latin American Philosophy of Education Society, on the work of LAPES.


Africa Decolonial Research Network (ADERN)

Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni: We needed to shift the geography of knowledge as well as the biography of knowledge

“At UNISA just like in other universities located on the African continent (University in Africa rather than African Universities), we were accustomed to consume academic material from the West,”</I> says Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni. He founded the Africa Decolonial Research Network (ADERN) at the University of South Africa (UNISA) to initiate a change.

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Red Rising: journal of the First Nation Youth in Canada

Kevin Settee: “The idea is to create a magazine that is unfiltered and able to tell a story about what is happening right now, and what is about to happen next.”

Kevin and Graig Settee from the Anishinaabe/Cree nation in Canada recounts how first nation people are regarded: “When they talk about us in Canada they use the four D’s: dead, drunk, drumming or dancing. But we are much more than this.”

So they decided to set up a journal to share the stories and experience from their side: Red Rising.


 

Multiversity

Claude Alvares is from the Multiversity Network that was established in Malaysia. Multiversity has done a lot of work in organizing conferences to decolonize higher education and publishing materia on decolonial theory and practice.

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