Beyond the Ivory Tower

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knowledge mobilization |  community outreach | community partners |  CCEJ experts in the news

Part of the CCEJ’s effort in advancing justice in education is to make its work accessible to members of the community outside of the university. In this section, you will find examples of work done by members of the CCEJ to increase awareness about our work through media interviews, podcasts, films, and hosting or participating in public events. You will also find graduate students writing about their work in English and another language to raise awareness of their research in communities beyond english speaking ones.

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Gerald Walton ESE presentation
57-minute video recording of the Equity Studies in Education lecture by Dr. Gerald Walton focusing on how scholars and educators ...
Discrimination, Human rights, Social justice
Film / video
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Modern Learners podcast The Power of the System featuring Dr. Özlem Sensoy
In / equities in post-secondary, In/equities in K-12 schooling
Podcast & webinar
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Online Abuse and Education podcast with Dr. Wanda Cassidy
Cyber / bullying
Podcast & webinar
Scholar interviews Gerald Walton
Scholar interviews: Gerald Walton
23-minute interview with Dr. Garald Walton who discusses culture, and rape culture in particular, and the impact it has on law and...
Civil society & citizenship, Human rights, Social justice
Film / video
Sense of Belonging in Students
Sense of Belonging in Students from Refugee Backgrounds - with Arabic Version
English and Arabic article about the role of education in building a sense of belonging among refugee students, written by Sonja v...
Discrimination, In / equities in post-secondary, In/equities in K-12 schooling, Islamophobia
Bilingual article
Online Abuse and Education podcast with Dr Wanda Cassidy
A Conversation on Cyberconsent
Cyber / bullying, Hetero / sexism
Podcast & webinar
EduCrush podcast on media literacy
EduCrush podcast on media literacy
Media literacy, Social justice
Podcast & webinar
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Presentation by Shoysqwelwhet (Dr. Gwendolyn Point)
March 2020 - Equity Studies in Education lecture by Dr. Gwendolyn Point titled Transforming Simon Fraser University: Bringing Back...
Indigenous education, Post / colonialism, Social justice
Film / video
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World Teacher podcast How Do We Educate for Social Justice? with Dr. Özlem Sensoy
Discrimination, In / equities in post-secondary, In/equities in K-12 schooling, Social justice
Podcast & webinar
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Yasmin Jiwani presentation
87-minute video recording of the Equity Studies in Education lecture by Dr. Yasmin Jiwani focusing on the role of the mainstream ...
Discrimination, Media literacy, Racism, Social justice
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Event of Interest: Walk the Walk

Attention: Faculty, Staff, Students, and Residents on the three SFU Campuses   You are invited to ‘walk the walk’ with us to enact decolonization and “reconciliation”

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Resource: Why is Ramadan Called Ramadan?

Khalil, M. H. (2022, April 1). Why is Ramadan called Ramadan? IslamiCity. https://www.islamicity.org/75039/why-is-ramadan-called-ramadan/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIk7bwsY6b-wIVLiqtBh2PXQIREAMYASAAEgJcU_D_BwE This article aims to provide information and resources about Islam and Muslim cultures. The

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