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Decolonising higher education: The moment of truth

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Debating higher education decolonisation without examining the foundation of its large historical and societal contexts does a disservice to the debate, because these contexts have shaped universities’ response to decolonisation and diversity over the past 25 years. Picture: File
Debating higher education decolonisation without examining the foundation of its large historical and societal contexts does a disservice to the debate, because these contexts have shaped universities’ response to decolonisation and diversity over the past 25 years. Picture: File

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