American University’s Global Education Forum   


                                                                                                         Photo: Jeff Watt, American University

Michelle participates in American University's Global Education Forum. Considering pressing global challenges, Michelle reflects on how conflict and injustice shape youth transitions. Read more and watch the video here

                   "Learning environments for reunion, reconciliation, and peace," Bogotá, Colombia                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Photo: Rodrigo Sepúlveda, El Tiempo

Michelle speaks with educators and policymakers about the challenges and possibilities for historical justice in the aftermath of armed conflict . Read more here.

Pedagogy, Memory and Violence, Bogotá, Colombia


Michelle joins the International Forum on Pedagogy, Memory and Violence, hosted by the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Watch her comple talk here.

Advancing access to education for refugees, New Tactics in Human Rights   

Michelle reflects on securing the right to education for growing refugee populations, considering barriers to access, quality, and inclusion. This conversation, hosted by New Tactics in Human Rights, is archived here here.

Youth civic development in postwar Guatemala, Voices in Education Blog

Michelle reflects on her article, “The risks we are willing to take,” featured in Harvard Educational Review. Contrasting approaches to history education in postwar Guatemala reveals insights about youth civic development for historically oppressed groups. Read her post here, and access the featured article here.

Sustainability and community-based schools in Afghanistan, JEiE “Behind the Pages” Podcast

This episode of the Journal on Education in Emergencies’ (JEiE) “Behind the pages” podcast explores conceptions of sustainability in the practice and policy of Afghanistan’s community-based schools. Listen here and access the full text article here.

Conflict sensitive education and youth citizenship, INEE

Michelle joins the International Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) to discuss how conflict-sensitive education can encourage youth community and civic participation. Read the discussion here






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