Are International Schools colourblind?

By guest blogger: Danau Tanu, PhD, School of Social Sciences, The University of Western Australia Over the past few decades, international schools have become increasingly popular among the financially privileged who praise them for the high quality of education and the international perspective that they offer. International schools like to celebrate the number of nationalities … Continue reading Are International Schools colourblind?


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

Home and Away: Transnational Simultaneity

By Benji Zeitlin It took about half an hour after landing in Dhaka at the beginning of my fieldwork with British Bangladeshi families from London for the feeling to hit me. I shuffled off the flight from Doha in a haze and gradually awoke as a taxi drove me into the city. The sights, smell … Continue reading Home and Away: Transnational Simultaneity