Uncomfortable truths in international development: approaches to the decolonization of knowledge from development practice, policy and research
In this Special Issue to be published in December 2022, we are aiming to consider both the theory and the praxis of decolonizing knowledge. We will build on the activities already undertaken by the KM4Dev community, such as the ‘Uncomfortable truths in development’ knowledge café and blogs, as well as on the work carried out by other individuals, organizations and networks. We are particularly interested in analyses of how power is shifting or how it should shift, equitable knowledge, and how the unequal patterns of knowledge creation and use can be dismantled. Please submit your abstract by 1 May 2022.
The Guest Editor team comprises Bruce Boyes, Jorge Chavez-Tafur, Sarah Cummings, Peterson Dewah, Charles Dhewa, Gladys Kemboi, Srividya Harish, Ann Hendrix-Jenkins, David Ludwig, Rocio Sanz, Prof. Thomas Senaji, PhD., Pr. Eng., Denise Senmartin and Stacey YoungRead more about Uncomfortable truths in international development: approaches to the decolonization of knowledge from development practice, policy and research