Between Privilege and Poverty: Experiences of Aid Worker Children

By Anne-Meike Fechter, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, University of Sussex Image: ‘a local education centre in Cambodia where young volunteers teach English’ Children and young people can be affected by mobility in different ways: migrating with their families, moving independently, or as children ‘left behind’. How their mobility affects their life chances and choices is … Continue reading Between Privilege and Poverty: Experiences of Aid Worker Children

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Henk Oosterling’s lesson: Responsibility starts early

Further reflections by Alina Next, the University of Applied Sciences, Rotterdam, offered us a lesson to remember. With hints of John Dewey, and a flavour of social pedagogy, Henk Oosterling’s TED talk about a more contemporary battle was simple but powerful. Using the example of London riots, the philosopher stressed the importance of up-bringing, of … Continue reading Henk Oosterling’s lesson: Responsibility starts early

A visit to Rotterdam: integration, segregation and assimilation

By Elsie Whittington In the last two years Sussex's Education and Social work department have played host to two groups of social pedagogue students from Rotterdam.  Russell Whiting and Janet Boddy have been the key contacts and involved the students in classes, taken them on visits to social work placements and provided the students with … Continue reading A visit to Rotterdam: integration, segregation and assimilation