Dr. Francesca Salvi

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Name: Dr. Francesca Salvi
Country: United Kingdom
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Organisation: University of Portsmouth
Topics of most interest: Development education, Gender education, Sustainable development education
Types of education of most interest: Secondary, Higher education, Youth work and direct engagement of young people
Preference for research approach: Theoretical / conceptual research, Empirical research
Preference for research focusing on: Curriculum, Pedagogy, Policy
Recent publications:

*(forthcoming) Salvi, F. (2018) Teenage Pregnancy and Education in the Global South: The Case of Mozambique, Routledge.
*(submitted) Salvi, F. (2018) Silence, Invisibility and Agency: Concealing Pregnancies at School in Mozambique, Culture, Health & Sexuality.
*(accepted – under revision) Salvi, F. (2018) The Regulation of Pregnancy in Mozambican Schools: From Policy, to Practice, to Identities, Critical Studies in Education.
*Salvi, F. (2016) "In the making: Constructing in-school pregnancy in Mozambique." Gender and Education:1-19.
*Salvi, F. (2013) Millennium Development Goals’ Perverse Effects: Bridging the Gender Gap in Education in Mozambique, Compare Forum, available here.
*Leach, F., Dunne, M., with Salvi, F. (2013) A global review of current issues and approaches in policy, programming and implementation responses to School-Related Gender-Based Violence (SRGBV), UNESCO.
*Westbrook, J., Durrani, N., Brown, R., Orr, D., Pryor, J., Boddy, J. and Salvi, F. (2013) "Pedagogy, Curriculum, Teaching Practices and Teacher Education in Developing Countries."
*Leavy, J., Howard, J., with Brown, E., Burns, D., Lopez-Franco, E., Mills, E., Sharokh, T., Salvi, F., Shaw, C., Wheeler, J. (2013) What Matters Most? Evidence from 84 Participatory Studies with Those Living with Extreme Poverty and Marginalisation, IDS, Beyond 2015, Brighton.

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