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A school in Madagascar by Milijaona Randrianarivelojisoa


Education and Conflict Review

Education and Conflict Review (ECR) is a peer-reviewed journal hosted by the Centre for Education and International Development (CEID) at UCL Institute of Education (IOE).

'Tahriib’ – Doonidii geerida (Tahriib – the death boat) by Nagib Carab Ibrahim ‘Hanad Arts’. Courtesy of the Hargeisa Cultural Centre

The journal focuses on debates about broad issues relating to education, conflict and international development and aims to provide succinct analyses of social, political, economic and security dimensions in conflict-affected and humanitarian situations. ECR provides a forum for knowledge exchange to build synergies between academics, practitioners and graduate students who are researching and working in these environments.

Unlike conventional academic papers which are generally over 7000 words, the Education and Conflict Review provides a space for short original contributions (between 1000 - 1500 words) that draw upon empirical work or present thought-provoking theoretical arguments in the subfield of education conflict studies.

Submitting a paper

Please contact the editors Dr Tejendra Pherali and Dr Alexandra Lewis if you are considering submitting a paper to Education and Conflict Review.

ECR Special Issues

Issue 3

Individual articles

Issue 2 

Individual articles

Issue 1

Individual articles