Social Justice Inclusive Context

The rapid move to online learning provided a respite from the imminent closure of campuses, demonstrating new ways of communication, interaction, and collaboration. However, it soon transpired that “inclusive practice that considers an inclusive excellence” (Ramohai 2019, p. 3), and “fair and just distribution of all opportunities, benefits, privileges and burdens” (Madonsela 2020), was not evident in the online spaces. Access to data, connectivity, hardware and software, digital literacies, and suitable space to work, were not equal.

Drawing on Nancy Fraser’s (2007; 2009) Social Justice Framework that distinguishes between the redistribution of resources, and recognition of cultural difference, we propose eight inclusive practices:

Social Justice Inclusive Context: Eight Inclusive Practices
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