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How should universities approach decolonisation?

The movement to ‘decolonise’ university curricula has leaped into the political and educational mainstream in the wake of George Floyd’s death, dividing opinion on campus and beyond. Anna McKie examines how scholars are handling difficult discussions and where the agenda goes next

26 November

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    Crossing boundaries, unlocking creativity

    THE's first summit in Japan will discover how the country's spirit of innovation lives in research, education and collaborations with industry, and will feature the reveal of the THE Asia University Rankings 2021.

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    Local impact, global influence

    At this summit we will hear leaders of young universities ­discuss opportunities to consolidate world-class reputation and impact both at home and abroad. The summit will also see the launch of the THE Young University Rankings 2021.

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