February 23, Round Table “Cañada Real: Resistance, Dignity and Social Justice”

February 23, Round Table "Cañada Real: Resistance, Dignity and Social Justice" The Master's Degree in Education for Social Justice (MUEJS) of the Autonomous University of Madrid organizes, together with the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the same University, the Round Table "Cañada Real: Resistance, Dignity and Social Justice" .The event will be held online next Tuesday, February 23 at 4:00 p.m. and will have the participation of: A.M.A.L. Asociación de Mujeres Árabes Luchadoras, Asociación Cultural Tabadol, Asociación de Vecinos Sector 5 and Asociación de Familias C.E.I.P El Parque.Access:  https://zoom.us/j/9750208783
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UNECO chair on Education for Social Justice of the UAM celebrates today its second anniversary

UNESCO Chair on Education for Social Justice of the Autonomous University of Madrid celebrates its second anniversary today It has been two years since Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) , and Rafael Garesse, Rector of the Autonomous University of Madrid, signed an agreement for the creation of the "UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the Autonomous University of Madrid".The Chair was created with two essential motivations. On the one hand, to address the situation of injustice and oppression that continues to be experienced throughout the world. And, on the other, by the conviction…
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The UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the UAM will participate in the annual Course “Segregació Escolar” organized by the aFFaC

The UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the UAM will participate in the annual Course “Segregació Escolar” organized by the aFFaC The Course, entitled “Segregació Escolar” and organized by the Associacions Federades de Famílies d’Alumnes de Catalunya (aFFaC), will be held between March 9 and 25 in Barcelona (Spain), although it can also be followed online.F. Javier Murillo, Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice at the UAM, and Cynthia Martínez-Garrido, also member of the Chair and lecturer at the Autonomous University of Madrid, will be part of the teaching team of this course dedicated…
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F. Javier Murillo participates in the virtual Congress “Leadership of Management Teams”

F. Javier Murillo participates in the virtual Congress "Leadership of Management Teams" F. Javier Murillo, Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice at the Autonomous University of Madrid participates today, Tuesday February 2, in the virtual Congress organized by the Centers for Training, Innovation and Educational Resources of the Valencian Community (Centres de Formació, Innovació i Recursos Educatius de la Comunitat Valenciana, CEFIRE).The congress entitled "Leadership of Management Teams" will take place on February 2, 3 and 4 and will feature conferences, spaces for reflection and round tables that will be held simultaneously. On this occasion, F.…
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The second volume of the Dossier “School, Complexity and Social Justice” is now available

The second volume of the Dossier "School, Complexity and Social Justice" is now available In 2021, the academic journal Polyphonía has published the second volume of the Dossier "School, Complexity and Social Justice", coordinated by Jessica Cabrera, member of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice at the Autonomous University of Madrid; Marilza Vanessa Rosa Suanno, from the Federal University of Goiás (Brazil); and Marlene Zwierewicz, from the Alto Vale do Rio do Peixe University (Brazil).In its second volume, this Dossier, which theme is inspired by the Collaboration Agreement between the International Network of Creative Schools (RIEC / ADEC)…
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Next Sunday, January 24, the International Day of Education is celebrated

Next Sunday, January 24, the International Day of Education is celebrated On January 24, the third edition of the International Day of Education is celebrated and, on this occasion, the celebrations carried out by UNESCO will revolve around the theme "Recover and revitalize education for the COVID-19 generation."This International Day of Education aims to:Stimulate commitments and actions to ensure educational recovery, increase inclusion and reduce drop-out rates,Celebrate initiatives led by governments, educators and organizations as well as partnerships to build back more resilient and inclusive education systems,Advocate for increased financing and best practices in equitable education funding that effectively serves…
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“Education and social inequalities: how to advance towards an inclusive education for social justice” the new article by F. J Murillo is now available in Euskonews

"Education and social inequalities: how to advance towards an inclusive education for social justice" the new article by F. J Murillo is now available in Euskonews The electronic publication of the Society for Basque Studies - Eusko Ikaskuntza (EI-SEV) includes, in its number 757, the article by F. Javier Murillo "Education and social inequalities: how to advance towards an inclusive education for social justice"The author and Chairholder of the UNESCO Chair in Education for Social Justice of the Autonomous University of Madrid makes it clear “if we want schools to contribute to achieving a more inclusive and just society, they…
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F. J. Murillo and G. Belavi analyze the differential impact of school segregation on native and foreign students

F. J. Murillo and G. Belavi analyze the differential impact of school segregation on native and foreign students The latest article by F. Javier Murillo and Guillermina Belavi is entitled “Differential Impact of School Segregation in the Performance of Native and Non-Native Students in Spain” and has been recently published in the Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research. There is evidence of the impact of school segregation on students’ academic achievement, but it is debated whether the extent of this impact is dependent on students’ socioeconomic status, or on their native or non-native condition. This research addresses the problem…
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F. Javier Murillo will participate in the launch of the monograph of the Latin American Journal of Inclusive Education entitled “Responsibility of IES in the changes of macho cultural patterns”

F. Javier Murillo will participate in the launch of the monograph of the Latin American Journal of Inclusive Education entitled "Responsibility of Secondary Schools in the changes of macho cultural patterns" Next Thursday, January 21, F. Javier Murillo chairholder and member of the editorial committee of the Latin American Journal of Inclusive Education will participate in the launch of the new monograph entitled "Responsibility of Secondary Schools in the changes of macho cultural patterns".The monograph can be consulted at the following link: http://www.rinace.net/rlei/numeros/vol14-num2.htmlThe launch will be on Thursday, January 21 at 3:30 p.m., through the UCEN YouTube channel or at…
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RIADIS organizes the Webminar “Educate to Transform at the University. Towards a critical approach in Service-Learning”

RIADIS organizes the Webminar “Educate to Transform at the University. Towards a critical approach in Service Learning" The Research Network on Service Learning in Physical Activity and Sport for Social Inclusion (RIADIS) organizes its 2nd Webminar, this time dedicated to the theme “Educate to Transform at the University. Towards a critical SL approach".The event will take place online today, January 15, at 6:30 p.m. Spanish time and requires prior registration through the following link:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdQGIUr5oTdT7lgejS2Vz6p4SZaGW_gEyPBnBVRcRoW0MvXFQ/viewformDo not miss it!
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