Higher Education, Identity and Conflict in Sudan

  • Akiiki Babyesiza
Part of the Organization & Public Management book series (OPM)


120608-2uc: “There are problems for the universities all over Sudan, but specifically in the Southern Sudan for the following reasons. First of all, the policies of the higher education have something to do with Arabisation and Islamisation. […] So the curriculum goes like that until we get to higher education. We get into, you know, universities, by the time you graduate from the university, you’re somebody else. You are reproduced to be somebody else, ‘cause you’ll be losing your values, your cultural aspects a bit by bit. Ok? But the idea – why was that? – because the curriculum had been based on Islamisation and Arabisation.”


High Education High Education System Islamic Banking Military Regime Military Coup 
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© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BayreuthGermany

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