Nomisha Kurian - Former Co-Chair 20-21

Nomisha Kurian is a PhD candidate at the Research for Equitable Access and Learning Centre and a former Charles and Julia Henry Fellow at Yale University. Unified by the theme of building safer, more inclusive and peaceful schools, her publications have explored a range of questions such as: How might human rights law support bullied and socially marginalised young people? How might teachers engage with societal problems such as domestic violence and child labour? How might empathy be taught in lessons about global poverty? Can citizenship education build more peaceful societies? Her work has most recently been published in the Palgrave Handbook of Citizenship and Education, the Journal of Peace Education, the International Journal of Human Rights and the International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning – and can be accessed here. Find out more on Twitter here