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CGD Webinar series- Development and Decolonisation - Shared screen with speaker view
Mr Phillips
39:04
very correct
Simon Manda
41:36
Should we expect slides to move?
Mr Phillips
41:45
peach
Caroline
42:22
can't get my sound to work, checking out again for a while till I sort it out!
Anna Mdee
48:56
Thanks Aram- very important points in relation to the SDGs and the nature of resource transfers
Simon Manda
54:09
Great sketch Aram. Very interesting points stemming from Truman to contemporary South-North net transfers. Very interesting you touched on the frame of SDGs.
Lata Narayanaswamy
01:13:02
Thanks SOO much to all our speakers for such insightful talks, inspiring and thoughtful, so much to discuss!
Lata Narayanaswamy
01:14:04
If anyone has any questions, please start putting these into the chat so we can start to collect them.
Lata Narayanaswamy
01:14:27
All questions or comments welcome as ever!
Anna Mdee
01:19:57
What might the giving up of power look like in universities like Leeds in relation to research projects in development (beyond the choices of individual researchers)?
Blanca Tena
01:20:55
Thank you to all speakers for their insightful talks! I would have a question for Prof. Ziai: what can we learn for today from what triggered the frame transformation from Roosevelt to Trumans time?
Madeleine Le Bourdon
01:31:14
I think this also connects to teaching on development- as educators creating safe spaces where discussions on privilege and encouraging critical reflections on development practice, knowledge AND learning can take place. And within in that - educators themselves leaning into the discomfort of their own privilege.
Simon Manda
01:32:05
What might this new frame look like? How do we know we achieved that we intend to achieve?
Julia Schöneberg
01:41:56
This is the book Aram refers to: https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781786613585/Beyond-the-Master%27s-Tools-Decolonizing-Knowledge-Orders-Research-Methods-and-Teaching
Centre for Global Development
01:43:56
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Henning Melber
01:54:02
Our publications reflect to some extent the dilemma we are facing: often in journals with limited access and/or published as books at exorbitant prices. We are linked in our careers to the assymetries of the global power structures. Part of the struggle is therefore to address the patterns of recognition (and definition) of achievements recognised: open access publications (not subsidised with money which could have spent on researchers from the South but instead thrown at commercial hegemonic publishing houses from the North, for which we all offer work free of charge to be published for sale) should receive more credit. We need to challenge the framework of reference and recognition in the North, according to which we are forced to deliver if we want to make an academic career in universities… (just one of the numerous challenges and pitfalls)
Lata Narayanaswamy
01:56:11
This is so important Henning, the incentives built into the system that shapes our behaviours that are very hard to challenge and undo, thanks so much
Aram Ziai
02:06:28
Thank you Henning, that is an important point for us Northern researchers!
Anna Mdee
02:07:13
Thanks so much Aram, Julia, Ruth, Keya and Lata! Very much enjoyed this discussion.
Aram Ziai
02:07:17
www.decolonise.eu
Henning Melber
02:07:37
You also made an important point just now Aram: an injury to one is an injury to all is an universally applicable slogan (while coming from the South African labour movement in the anti-Apartheid struggle)
Ruth ipirib@leeds.ac.uk
02:08:25
Thank you everyone, this was a really informative discussion!
Julia Schöneberg
02:08:27
Thanks everyone, hope for more opportunities to engage further!
Aram Ziai
02:08:42
Thanks to all contributors and organisers!
Natalie
02:08:44
Thanks