Governance and social justice

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List of Contributions

ID First name Surname Institution Paper
112 At van Schoor University of South Africa How open should open be? Managed open admission at the University of South AfricaPDF down.png
140 Rotimi Ogidan National Open University of Nigeria The role of open and distance learning institution in providing access to education among the prison inmatesPDF down.png
69 Kallie De Beer Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) Community open distance and eLearning with open education resource approaches to peacekeeping and post-conflict challenges in AfricaPDF down.png
405 Andy Lane UK Open University Am I good enough? the mediated use of open educational resources to empower learners in excluded communitiesPDF down.png
77 Abdul Mannan University of Papua New Guinea Higher education institution in post conflict recovery: a case study of Bougainville Autonomous Region of Papua New GuineaPDF down.png
534 Pushpa Chakrapani Ghanta Dr B.R. Ambedkar Open University Empowerment of marginalised communities: the role of open and distance learning in IndiaPDF down.png
178 Olugbenga Ojo National Open University of Nigeria Empowering women prisoners through education: open and distance learning option in AfricaPDF down.png
359 Patrick Kilby Australian National University So, what happened in Kabul today? Flexible learning in conflict and social justice programmes at the Australian National UniversityPDF down.png
340 Margaret Kovach University of Saskatchewan Distance education for social justice in the wireless era: enabling indigenous students' access to post-secondary education through distance learningPDF down.png
447 Anne Pike UK Open University Discussion session on the role of open and distance learning in prisonsPDF down.png
76 Abdul Mannan University of Papua New Guinea Distance learning student retention: a case study of the University of Papua New Guinea Open CollegePDF down.png
604 Nathaniel Aniekwu University of Benin Distance learning intervention in unserviced rural communities in the Niger Delta of NigeriaPDF down.png
799 Som Naidu University of Melbourne Integrating technology education for orofessional development of teachers: developmental experiencesPDF down.png
739 Ajaga Nji University of Dschang Governance Issues in the design and delivery of open and distance learning programmes: lessons from the Cameroon experience (1988-2007)PDF down.png
186 Jyotsna Misra Sandhan Foundation Coastal Community Resource Centre (CCRC) young women: a hawking experiencePDF down.png
406 Beatrix Schmelzle Berghof Research Center for Constructive Conflict Management Disseminating knowledge from the world around the world: The Berghof Handbook for Conflict TransformationPDF down.png
149 Siran Mukerji Arab Open University Role of integrated learning environment towards enhancing professional competency of women: a case study of Arab Open University - Saudi Arabia branchPDF down.png
746 Olalekan Abiodun Fadeyi Centre for Governance & Qualitative Studies Distance learning and women marginalisation: the gender-oriented perspectivePDF down.png
209 Bobby Barrett American Public University Using eLearning as a strategic tool for students with disabilitiesPDF down.png
285 Nanda Wanniarachchi National Institute of Education Rights-based approach on education and management to protect child rights and reduce drop out rate of students in the Open School system in Sri LankaPDF down.png
92 Mahendranath Busgopaul Internet Child Safety Foundation The need to protect young children on the internetPDF down.png
253 Carolyn Anderson Mount Royal College Uncharted territory: the creation of interactive online international community coursesPDF down.png
175 Nikhila Bhagwat S.M.R.K.Women's College Development of distance mode learning material to give gender education to tackle discrimination for social transformation and justicePDF down.png
793 Jyotsna Jha Commonwealth Secretariat Female literacy, education and empowerment: risks and potentials of open and distance learningPDF down.png
458 Hugh Starkey Institute of Education Distance learning and human rights education: a contribution to development?PDF down.png
198 Edith Mhehe Open University of Tanzania Women improvise 'learning technologies' to access learning for development: increase access and success in higher education and manage family rolesPDF down.png
288 Daniel Mbwoge Research for Enterprise, Industries, Technology and Development (EITD Research) Transforming citizen-leadership engagement, governance institutions, and development in communities or quarters: the example of mile 19 in CameroonPDF down.png
538 Kabir Mia International Labour Organisation Elimination of worst forms of child labour and poverty alleviation through distance educationPDF down.png
720 Gul Rabia Allama Iqbal Open University Impact of Aga Khan Rural Support programme’s gender strategy on rural women in district ChitralPDF down.png
461 Anne Adams UK Open University Security issues within prison and health open and distance learning programmesPDF down.png
591 Nom Ambe-Uva National Open University of Nigeria Experiences from and impact of open and distance learning in conflict and post-conflict rural communitiesPDF down.png
476 Nancy
City University of New York- LaGuardia Open access in North America's most diverse countyPDF down.png
609 Irshad Hussain International Islamic University Islamabad Distance education as a strategy for eliminating gender disparity in PakistanPDF down.png
407 Ndeshimona Afunde Namibian College of Open Learning The role of open and distance learning in providing support for the decentralisation and democratisation process in NamibiaPDF down.png
428 Majed Rashid Allama Iqbal Open University Executive students' attitude towards technological change : a case study of Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU)PDF down.png
309 Nainendra Nand University of the South Pacific Legislative drafting, distance education, and its contribution to good governance in the PacificPDF down.png
727 Brooke Prater The World Bank Institute Parliamentary Strengthening Programmes: improving access, availability and governance through a self-paced learning programmePDF down.png
63 Dudley Morgan Elias Worldwide Resources Training Centers Women in Africa’s development: pushing for progress through entrepreneurship educationPDF down.png
213 Peter Cannell UK Open University in Scotland Access to higher education, language and academic literacyPDF down.png
606 Ayodeji Ige National Open University of Nigeria Open and distance education as a catalyst for sustainable human developmentPDF down.png
314 Savita Datta University of Delhi The value of new technology and collaboration in extending capacity and widening participationPDF down.png
512 Anne Pike UK Open University Investigating the digital divide for UK Open University distance learners in prisonPDF down.png
554 Chhaya Jha Human Resource Development Center Developing actors for change for conflict prevention through distance learningPDF down.png
441 Richard Saunders York University Strengthening African civil society organisations through university web-based learningPDF down.png
339 Chandraiah Esampally Dr B.R. Ambedkar Open University Widening access to quality learning through information and communications technologies in distance education: problems and possibilities – a case studyPDF down.png
345 Riffat Haque Allama Iqbal Open University Launching MSc in Gender and Women’s Studies in Pakistan: a case studyPDF down.png
325 Stella Chege Fahamu Strengthening the capacity of African civil society organisations through distance learning trainingPDF down.png
652 Cornelia Muganda Open University of Tanzania Open and distance learning and social justice in higher education in developing societies: increasing the probability of the possibilitiesPDF down.png
361 Belinda Tynan University of New England The use of wiki in teaching/learning peace studies: a platform for the disadvantagedPDF down.png

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Proposal Outlines on Governance, Conflict and Social Justice