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This is an update of some of the work that is being undertaken in the School of Education, following a previous summary. For the most part, readers will find links to more detail of the work, and for convenience it is divided into the broad categories of Knowledge Exchange and External Engagement, and Public Discourse.

The Sustainable Futures in Africa team is pleased to share with you, our dear network members, partners, institutions and communities, our latest newsletter for May 2020. We hope it will find you well during these challenging times of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has brought about unprecedented changes in the way we work and communicate.

To lighten your mood during these uncertain times, we bring you an overview of goodness. In this newsletter you'll find inspiring individuals, tips to beat the lockdown blues, poetry, intellectual entertainment and important dates for your diary. For once we're grateful for global warming, as the sun in Glasgow is definitely keeping us afloat. Hope you are all well in your part of the world,

In this edition of the L&W Newsletter, you should note in particular the calls for proposals relating to: (1) the international conference in London on Employer Engagement: Preparing Young People for the Future (see Conferences), (2) the VET Research Award 2020 (see Networks and Organisations) and (3) a Dossier on Research and Practices for a Recovery post COVID-19 (see Programmes and Projects). And not to forget: the announcement of postponed conferences in the previous L&W Newsletter of April 2020

The British Academy invites you to the second round of Shape the Future workshops on the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic for policy, society and research.

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