Marieke Hopman is PhD researcher at Maastricht University in children's rights. After doing research on children's rights to education in the Central African Republic (CAR) during 2016-2017, a study that included three months of fieldwork, she returned to the CAR in November 2017 to share the results of her research. Marieke explains how she experienced the quite unusual step for many researchers of sharing research results back in the field.
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Education, Human Rights in Afghanistan
BY LAURYN OATES
@ VOL 28
ON JUN 13, 2013
Lauryn Oates has been working to improve the lives of children and women in Afghanistan through the power of education. Though threats against her and her colleagues lives have been made on numerous occasions, she speaks firmly on the ideals of human rights.
"Presentation of the Day" on January 10, 2014.
A Lifetime of Experiences; An Artist in the Making
BY LINDSAY PINCHBECK
@ VOL 20
ON JAN 31, 2014
Lindsay Pinchbeck is the director and founder of Sweet Tree Arts in Hope and has been teaching in the arts for 15 years. Previously she taught photography at the Riley School and the Maine Media Workshops. She is also a printmaker and photographer, and believes the arts should be accessible to all and is an integral piece of learning and personal growth.
Storytime in the People's Republic
BY JON JABLONSKI
@ VOL 13
ON FEB 25, 2015
By day, Jon Jablonski runs the UCSB Library's Map & Imagery Laboratory. By night, he is one of six founders of ReadingEverywhere.org, which is dedicated to instilling an early love of reading in Chinese children by providing expert advice to the private children's library community in China. Reading Everywhere is currently organizing, and accepting donations(!), to present training workshops at this November's Shanghai International Children's Book Fair.
Why People Are Sharing Stuff Online and Why You Should Too?
BY SU BUTCHER
@ DESIGN FRINGE POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA
ON MAR 03, 2015
Sharing is publishing and people publish because they have something to say, they want conversations, and they want to be remarkable and finally memorable explains Su Butcher. "We are all online and we are listening to you!"
Introducing The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia
BY NANCY RICHEY
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 20, 2015
The story of African Americans in Kentucky is as diverse and vibrant as the state's general history. Nancy Richey highlights notable local African Americans who were "firsts" in their locales or fought for civil rights.
Breaking Silos, Nudging Communities: the SITE4Society adventure
BY SHYAMA RAMANI
@ VOL 36
ON JUN 19, 2018
Shyama Ramani is Professorial Fellow at the research institute United Nations University-MERIT in Maastricht. Her research focuses on the relationships between technology, innovation and their governance for inclusive development. She is also the founder of two non-profit research units ‘Association Un Ami’ and ‘Friend in Need Trust’, in France and India.
Shyama experiences three kinds of knowledge divides today: that between students and scholars in good institutions and the not-so-good ones, that between academics and society and that between truth and fabricated truth.
In her PechaKucha presentation she shows how academics can contribute to societal welfare just through sharing the results of their research in an understandable way.
Going Bald, Changed My Life
BY IDC ARCHITECTS KUCHING
@ VOL 6
ON APR 28, 2018
Jodie will be sharing about life lessons she has learned working with children with cancer. She will talk about how they have impacted and changed her outlook on life and death, and how they have given her the courage to truly live.