TESF India is anchored at the Indian Institute for Human Settlements (IIHS), Bangalore. It aims to develop sustainable institutional capacity in India through the production of high-quality research that will assist key stakeholders to better understand how education systems can be transformed to support sustainable development.
School Education (2019-20)
Source: UDISE+ (2019-20)
The Transforming Education for Sustainable Futures (TESF) is a research network under the UK Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) through the Economic and Social Research Council Network Plus scheme anchored by University of Bristol. The aim of TESF is to generate new knowledge and build capacities via interdisciplinary research across institutions, non-governmental and community-based organisations to envision and implement education policies and research practices that can contribute to equitable, socially just and environmentally sustainable futures with specific focus on:
Network works on co-production of research, aimed at meeting the needs of historically marginalised groups, including those most affected by poverty, women, youth, indigenous peoples, urban and rural communities.
Addressing inequalities relating to poverty, gender and the status of indigenous knowledge are cross-cutting themes in the work, as are concerns for foregrounding marginalised voices and decolonising research.