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UK: Zimbabwe-born Academic Prof Juliet Thondhlana Gets A UNESCO Role

UK: Zimbabwe-born Academic Prof Juliet Thondhlana Gets A UNESCO Role

Zimbabwe-born academic Professor Juliet Thondhlana has been appointed to a top role at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), NewZimbabwe reported.

The University of Nottingham (UoN) academic was named UNESCO Chair in International Education and Development, a role that will see Thondhlana focus on “the key role of higher education in the field of international education and development”. Prof Thondhlana said:

I welcome this great opportunity to build on the University of Nottingham’s internationalisation strategy and our successful partnership with UNESCO to date and together with colleagues continue to make a significant contribution towards the achievement of UNESCO’s Sustainable Development Goals.

UNESCO contributes to peace and security by promoting international cooperation in education, sciences, culture, communication and information.

Commenting on the appointment of UoN pro-vice-chancellor in the social sciences faculty Prof Todd Landman said:

The announcement of the new UNESCO Chair for Professor Thondhlana represents an incredible triumph that recognises her leadership and expertise in the area of international education and development.

This designation is in many ways a culmination of her many years of hard work and achievement across her research and teaching activities in the School of Education.

I am delighted that Professor Thondhlana has been recognised in this way and I know that she will make an invaluable contribution to the work of UNESCO.

Prof Thondhlana has experience in teaching, researching and publishing in the interlinked fields of the internationalisation of higher education, migration, doctoral training, policy development and decolonisation.

She is the lead editor of the Bloomsbury Handbook of the Internationalisation of Higher Education in the Global South.

She has been invited to provide expert support for the internationalisation of higher education initiatives of partner institutions, including Erbil Polytechnic University, Kurdistan and the Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education.

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14 Comments

Hedemis 1 month ago

Congratulations to the Prof. At least in the UK we have real Doctors and Professors. Not some of these fake Dr we see everywhere in Zim who can't even construct a full English sentence. Dr wht wht Dr wht wht Dr blah blah


Mudzidzisi 1 month ago

Dr. Mzee, Dr StopIt, Dr Jenerari, Dr Manyengavana & lately Dr Mufushwa, all Zimbabwean born.

Kkkkkkkk 1 month ago

Who is Doctor Mufushwa

Mudzidzisi 1 month ago

Aux****ia Manyengavana's wife

o'brien 1 month ago

One of our own. Zimbos are special guys but the situation we are living in is suppressing us. Look at what Danai Gurira and Tinashe are doing in States but here Kikky Badass, Madam Boss are equally doing the same but for nothing.


idi 1 month ago

They can't catch whales in a pond

kikky 1 month ago

you said Kikky's ass is bad

Cheryl 1 month ago

Please let's not go on claiming people as ours. She did her thing so let her be. Are we also claiming Zimbabweans raping people in the UK as ours? No. So let's just relax and find better news to publish


uye 1 month ago

Have pride, Sis
She's an inspiration to many young girls!

o'brien 1 month ago

People have homes buddie. That's why you need documentation to stay in foreign countries. If a zimbo commits crime in UK they send back home and on our side we say he has misrepresented us. Pese paunoita chakanaka unenge waitira nehama dzako and they will celebrate more than u. People are not animals, buddy.

Fungi 1 month ago

Zimbabwean born


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