GCES

Gulf Comparative Education Society

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Call for papers for FUNDED Gulf Research Meeting (Cambridge, UK) workshop on Transnational Knowledge Relations and Researcher Mobility for Building Knowledge-Based Societies and Economies in the Gulf

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Welcome to the Gulf Comparative Education Society

The GCES is an academic society that was formed in 2008 to enable comparative and professional discourse on educational issues in the Arabian/Persian Gulf region. The Society aims to promote and develop collaborative and individual research activities that explore educational issues by hosting a series of annual conferences and workshops surrounding context-specific educational issues in the Gulf region, connecting academics, policymakers, educators and others through symposia and an online forum, and providing members with access to conference resources and publications. As the GCES grows, it will continue to host regional meetings, conferences and workshops, as well as launch a newsletter as a way to share research and news among members.

 

This year, the GCES will host its Fifth Annual Symposium in the United Arab Emirates in April 2014. Join us and be part of the first and rapidly developing society involved in comparative education in the Gulf region!

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Marilyn R. Davis might attend Rasmus G. Bertelsen's event

Transnational Knowledge Relations and Researcher Mobility for Building Knowledge-Based Societies and Economies in the Gulf at Cambridge, United Kingdom

August 24, 2015 to August 27, 2015
I am writing to notify you of a GRCC (Gulf Research Center Cambridge) funded workshop on the Gulf.  We are looking for papers that broadly engage with the topics listed below.  The deadline for submission is February 20th and the conference itself will take place between August 24th and August 27th this summer (2015).  The workshop will take place at Cambridge University; participants from North America and the Middle East will receive travel allowances of 550 pounds.For more information about…See More
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Namrata Budhraja posted an event

The Third Middle East Career Development Conference at Canadian University Dubai

April 30, 2015 all day
The Talent Enterprise is proud to host the Third Middle East Career Development Conference (MECDC 3) along with its supporting partners INSEAD and the Canadian University Dubai.MECDC 3 aims to share best practice on how universities and career development professionals can create learning environments and provide advice that enable students to develop 21st century employability skills. See More
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Namrata Budhraja is now a member of GCES
Sunday
Abdelhafid DIB is attending Rasmus G. Bertelsen's event

Transnational Knowledge Relations and Researcher Mobility for Building Knowledge-Based Societies and Economies in the Gulf at Cambridge, United Kingdom

August 24, 2015 to August 27, 2015
I am writing to notify you of a GRCC (Gulf Research Center Cambridge) funded workshop on the Gulf.  We are looking for papers that broadly engage with the topics listed below.  The deadline for submission is February 20th and the conference itself will take place between August 24th and August 27th this summer (2015).  The workshop will take place at Cambridge University; participants from North America and the Middle East will receive travel allowances of 550 pounds.For more information about…See More
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