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[Webinar] JEiE Special Issue on Education and the War on Drugs
[This webinar will be conducted in English with closed captioning in English AND Spanish.]

Marking the launch of JEiE’s latest publication, a groundbreaking special issue on education and the war on drugs, the contributing authors, issue editors, and special guest discussants will examine how education is not only a site of extensive collateral damage produced by the war on drugs but also how education policies and practices perpetuate and sustain this long-running, transnational, multifaceted war.

Welcoming remarks:
Dana Burde, Associate Professor and Director, International Education, New York University, and Editor-in-Chief, Journal on Education in Emergencies
Maria Jose Bermeo, Assistant Professor, Universidad de los Andes
Diana Rodríguez-Gómez, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Roozbeh Shirazi, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
Claudia Rodriguez, Economist, Department of Public Policy and Strategy, Office of the Attorney General, Bogotá, Colombia
Cirenia Chavez Villegas, Consultant, UNDP and UNICEF
Elena Butti, Global Youth Empowerment Specialist, War Child
Theo Di Castri, PhD Candidate, Cambridge University
Mario Novelli, Professor and Director, Centre for International Education, University of Sussex
Maria Alejandra Velez, Director, Centro de Estudios sobre Seguridad y Droga, Universidad de los Andes

The webinar will include a moderated Q&A.

Registration is free and easy using the link above, limit 500 participants. Once you register, a unique join URL will be sent to your email. The webinar will also be livestreamed on the INEE Facebook page. A recording of the webinar will be shared on the INEE website for those who cannot join live.

If you have any questions about the webinar, contact journal@inee.org.

Nov 5, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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