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“What I Believe Can Rescue That Nation”: Diaspora Working to Transform Educationin Fragility and Conflict

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This study examines diaspora’s engagement in education development work in their fragile and conflict-affected countries of origin. Through analysis of 28 in-depth interviewswith diaspora from four countries, we discuss diasporas’motivations to engage, activities ofengagement, and factors that enable or constrain it. Our research highlights that diasporas’education development work seeks to transform conflict dynamics by attending…

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“One” But Divided: Tribalism and Grouping among Secondary School Students in South Sudan

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This ethnographic study reconsiders the concept of tribe and its influence on group boundary‐making practices in South Sudan. The findings revealed ways in which students manipulated their group boundaries by giving different meanings to nominal category of tribe. Further, the study unveiled that, moving in and out from those boundaries, students live in a complex…

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Impact Evaluation Report of the South Sudan Education Cluster

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The objective of the evaluation was to give communities a voice, identify and attribute education in emergencies (EiE) impact. The evaluation process did this firstly through a goal free dicussion with groups representative of a cross section of people in communities. The aim of this was to find out what were the most important things…

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