Centre for Comparative and International Research in Education (CIRE)
The Centre for Comparative and International Research in Education (CIRE) brings together researchers who address issues of social, environmental and epistemic justice in education. We welcome doctoral supervision and collaborations in these areas. We work across educational theory, policy and practice with a comparative sensibility to global and local dynamics.
We are a multidisciplinary group using a range of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches in comparative research. This includes expertise in sociology, history, social psychology, post-colonial and decolonial theory and collaborative, arts-based inquiry.
World leading CIRE researchers are proud to teach across the undergraduate, masters and doctoral programmes at the School of Education. Find out about our courses and how to apply.
CIRE members and friends reflect on issues relating to epistemic, social and environmental justice in education in this blog. Please contact us if you wish to contribute.
Information about our forthcoming public events can be found on the CIRE events page. All are welcome to join!
CIRE members are engaged in a range of research programmes and projects in partnership with colleagues locally and around the world.
CIRE research appears in major journals and outlets. See members’ individual pages for full details.