|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Refereed Designation||Does Not Apply|
|Journal||Educational Journal of Living Theories|
|Type of Article||Foreword|
This editorial of December 2021 is written at a time when the world continues to reel from the effects of COVID-19. foreword of issue 13(2) of December 2020 I wrote optimistically that, “it is likely to be well into 2021 before the beneficial influences of vaccines will be felt through the world”. Whilst these influences are being felt the omicron mutation of the virus is spreading and the pandemic continues. There is still much to be done is establishing an equitable sharing of vaccines throughout the world.
Working and researching in global contexts affected by the pandemic, Living Educational Theory Researchers continue to contribute their educational knowledge to the professional knowledgebase of education as they ask, research and answer questions of the kind, ‘How do we improve our practice as global citizens as our individual and collective contributions to bringing into being a world of human flourishing?'.
The sites of practice of contributors to issue 13(2) highlighted the international reach of Living Educational Theory Researchers with papers from researchers in New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Canada and Bangladesh. The sites of practice of contributors to issue 14(2) include Bangladesh, the Bahamas and Nepal. The two books reviewed are those of Suresh Nanwani researching in the Philippines and Robert Maxwell in the UK.