Tagged with Education Reform

Why Bahrain?

Why Bahrain?

Today has proved to be this blog’s most successful day yet in terms of hits, it’s 19.30 GMT here in Sussex, and so far 2,000 people have looked at my blog. Today is the first anniversary of the violent incident on-campus at the University of Bahrain which took place on 13th March 2011, and proved … Continue reading

Index on Censorship’s “Spotlight on 14th February”

Index on Censorship’s “Spotlight on 14th February” http://www.indexoncensorship.org/bahrainfeb14/ Here’s my contribution: THE DOWNSIDE TO INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS I worked in higher education in Bahrain at the College of Arts, University of Bahrain from 2007-2008, and at Bahrain Teachers College, University of Bahrain — founded in 2008 as a key part of the Crown Prince’s “Bahrain 2030 Vision” … Continue reading

Update: University of Edinburgh and Bahrain

Update: University of Edinburgh and Bahrain

The scrapping of a planned deal between the University of Edinburgh and the Bahrain Ministry of Education following a vigorous protest campaign against it is a game changer. It should now be clear to all other UK universities, indeed universities the world over who follow an ethical internationalisation policy, that links with the Bahrain regime … Continue reading