Schools for the poor, Schools for the rich: why 38% of students should change school

Schools for the poor, Schools for the rich: why 38% of students should change school The Conversation newspaper and ElDiario.es publish an article visualizing the serious situation of school segregation by economic level experienced by the Spanish education system. In the article, F. Javier Murillo, highlights the most specific data of the latest published studies on school segregation, as well as the main causes that generate it. You can check the full article here.In addition, the UNESCO Chair in education for social justice currently develops a line of work on this same theme. You can check all the information in…
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The Chair joins the global climate strike

The Chair joins the global climate strike The UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice joins the declaration of climatic emergency and the strike called on September 27 through the publication of a note. You can check it out here.
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The Chair participates in the meeting of DEMOSPAZ Institute’s Council

The Chair participates in the meeting of DEMOSPAZ Institute’s Council F. Javier Murillo, director of the Chair in Education for Social Justice and academic secretary of the Demospaz Institute, has participated in the Demospaz Institute's Council. There he has presented, together with the directors Carlos Giménez and Manuela Mesa, the various advances and initiatives proposed for the next course. You can follow all the activity of the Demospaz Institute on its website: www.demospaz.org.  
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The International Journal of Education for Social Justice has been admitted in Scopus

The International Journal of Education for Social Justice has been admitted in Scopus The International Journal of Education for Social Justice is an arbitrated publication and edited by the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice in collaboration with the research group Educational Change for Social Justice (GICE) of the Autonomous University of Madrid and the Ibero-American Research Network on Change and School Efficiency (RINACE). From the UNESCO Chair, we are pleased to announce that from September 2019, the International Journal of Education for Social Justice is part of Scopus and its SRJ database. https://revistas.uam.es/riejs http://www.rinace.net/riejs/  
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XIX International Congress of Educational Research: Research committed to social transformation

XIX International Congress of Educational Research: Research committed to social transformation The Interuniversity Association of Pedagogical Research (AIDIPE) organised the XIX International Congress of Educational Research: Committed Research to Social Transformationin in collaboration with the research groups "Educational Change for Social Justice", of the Autonomous University of Madrid, "Adaptive Pedagogy" of the Complutense University of Madrid and the "INTER| Research Group in Intercultural Education »of the National University of Distance Education,  at the Faculty of Teacher Training and Education of the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) on 19, 20 and June 21, 2019.It was a forum aimed to gather specialists…
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“Without a democratic school, we will hardly build democratic societies,” interviewed Javier Murillo in the Chilean newspaper The Clinic

“Without a democratic school, we will hardly build democratic societies,” interviewed Javier Murillo in the Chilean newspaper The Clinic On June 17, an interview was published in the Chilean newspaper «The Clinic», with a striking headline: «Javier Murillo:‘ Without a democratic school, we are hardly going to build democratic societies ‘. In the interview, the director of the UNESCO Chair answers such suggestive questions, such as: How does education face such an unequal world? Will the educational model be obsolete? What image of society is being sought from a more inclusive, fairer education?Complete interview here. 
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I International Congress of Human Rights, Democracy and Culture of Peace and Nonviolence (Congreso DEMOSPAZ)

I International Congress of Human Rights, Democracy and Culture of Peace and Nonviolence The UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice supports the DEMOSPAZ Institute in organizing the I International Congress on Human Rights, Democracy, Culture of Peace and Nonviolence held on May 29, 30 and 31, 2019. The Congress was attended by more than 200 registered people, 54 speakers who participated in round tables, discussions, symposia and 71 communications that have been published in the minutes book. In addition, the Art and Peace Laboratory was presented, there was a Music for Peace show performed by singer-songwriter Paco Damas. Also…
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II University Innovation Days. Good practices of Learning-University Service in Physical Activity and Sport.

II University Innovation Days. Good practices of Learning-University Service in Physical Activity and Sport. The Chair collaborates with the Teaching and Physical Activity and Sports Research Group, to be held at UAM, on May 27 and 28, at the II University Innovation Conference: Good Practice Learning-University Service in Physical Activity and Sport. All congress information here.
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