The aims of the ASH Summer School (SS) is to build the capacity of early career researchers, practitioners and policy makers, which involves a series of activities (calling for applications to join the annual school, publishing an annual volume, and a thematised training session), and similar to the global hub’s initiatives to enhance the capacity in the deferent regions.
- 20 early career individuals trained
- Book on Decoloniality in Methods
- Methods vignettes
Through the webinars and the book, the key lessons on decoloniality of methods would be documented for research, policy and practice to illuminate/connect practical examples and reflections, including on ‘qualities’ of methods and how these are used to open up and broaden out pathways to sustainability.