New Article: P. Ilieva-Trichkova & P. Boyadjieva – The Fragile Axes of Life

We are very delighted to announce that our new article Ilieva-Trichkova P, Boyadjieva P. The Fragile Axes of Life: A Capability Approach Perspective towards Graduates’ Education–Job Mismatches and Subjective Well-Being. Social Sciences. 2021; 10(7): 262, SJR (0.36), Q2, which was prepared within the JustEdu project, is already available online via an open access route: Social Sciences | Free Full-Text | The Fragile Axes of Life: A Capability Approach Perspective towards Graduates’…

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XIX BCES Annual International Conference ‘New Challenges to Education. Lessons from Around the World’ – Conference Participation

Members of the JustEdu project’s team presented 2 papers the XIX BCES Annual International Conference ‘New Challenges to Education. Lessons from Around the World’ on 21 – 25 June 2021 in Sofia, Bulgaria: • Alexander Gerganov, Petya Ilieva-Trichkova and Pepka Boyadjieva – ‘Why Study More when You Can Bribe: Corruption as a Challenge to Participation in Adult Formal Education’ • Raya Mihaylova – ‘Heuristic Potential of Actor – Network Theory…

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ESREA Policy Studies Seminar

Pepka Boyadjieva and Petya Ilieva-Trichkova from the JustEdu project presented the paper: “Study of Adult Education in Different Political Contexts & the Impact of Political Context on Research into Adult Education” at the third seminar from the online seminar series of the ESREA Network Policy Studies in Adult Education on “Critical Policy Research in Challenging Political Contexts”. This seminar was held on June 16, 2021, 15:00-16:20 CET. More details about the…

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Adult Education in Global Times (AEGT 2021) – Conference Participation

Petya Ilieva-Trichkova and Pepka Boyadjieva from the JustEdu project presented the paper: ‘Participation in adult education as a layered process: Reconsidering the effects of social origin and innovation’ at the Adult Education in Global Times (AEGT 2021): International Research Conference. This conference was held on June 3-6, 2021 in Vancouver, The University of British Columbia, Canada. The conference was carried out for first time virtually. It was a product of a…

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New Book: Boyadjieva P. & Ilieva-Trichkova P. – Adult Education as Empowerment

We are very pleased to announce that our new book Boyadjieva P. & Ilieva-Trichkova P. ‘Adult Education as Empowerment Re-imagining Lifelong Learning through the Capability Approach, Recognition Theory and Common Goods Perspective’ which was prepared within the JustEdu project is already available online: Adult Education as Empowerment | SpringerLink Adult Education as Empowerment – Re-imagining Lifelong Learning through the Capability Approach, Recognition Theory and Common Goods Perspective | Pepka Boyadjieva…

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“Challenges of the 21st century: Democracy, Environment, Inequality, Intersectionality” – Conference Participation

Pepka Boyadjieva and Petya Ilieva-Trichkova from the JustEdu project presented 2 papers: ‘First in My Family: The Contribution of Higher Education for Reducing Social Inequalities’ and ‘Disadvantaged but Where: The Social Embeddedness of the Influence of Social and Cultural Capital on Individual Participation in Adult Non-Formal Education’ at the 4th ISA (International Sociological Association) Forum “Challenges of the 21st century: Democracy, Environment, Inequality, Intersectionality” in Porto Alegre, Brazil, on the…

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Prof. Pepka Boyadjieva Took Part in the EFSES 2020

Prof. Pepka Boyadjieva was personally invited and took part in the EFSES 2020 – European Forum on Science & Education for Sustainability 2020 “From Ambition to Action – Together for an Innovative and Sustainable Europe”. The Forum was held in an interactive digital format on the 6th of October. The Forum was organised by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as a highlight of Germany’s Presidency of the Council…

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“Educational Reforms Worldwide” – Conference Participation

Petya Ilieva-Trichkova and Pepka Boyadjieva from the JustEdu project, presented a paper ‘Social Equity in Access to Higher Education: How to Increase the Share of First-generation Students?’ at the 18th BCES (Bulgarian Comparative Education Society) Conference “Educational Reforms Worldwide” in Sofia, Bulgaria, on the 22nd – 26th June 2020. The conference was carried out virtually and attracted more than 60 participants from all around the world. Here is a link…

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