Special Edition SARE Journal - COVID-19 impacts - inequality, skills, education

By sylviahammond, 15 August, 2020

Please see this special edition of the South African Review of Education (SARE) Journal
Editors: Azeem Badroodien and Aslam Fataar

Although it is not specifically about youth, I thought I would post it here as a complement to the International Labour Organisation (ILO) article on the impact of COVID-19 to the World of Work.

If you don't have time to make your way through the whole Journal, please most especially see the article by Allais and Marock on skills formation: Educating for work in the time of Covid-19: Moving beyond simplistic ideas of supply and demand.

And try and fit in the article by Crain Soudien - although if you can make your way through the whole journal you will find some really interesting interpretations of where we are - a critical point.

It matters how we decide to move forward - how we respond.

With an innovative response to the challenge - can we resolve some of our long-running problems - of poverty, inequality and unemployment, in the process?

Please see attached SARE special edition (2020) 26(1).


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