Faith Mkwananzi (University of Free State)

Faith Mkwananzi is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Higher Education and Human Development Research Group at the University of the Free State, South Africa. Her research focuses on education and development with particular interests in education and social policies, educational entrepreneurship, youth, inequalities, as well as participatory research methods. She has been working on youth projects focusing on choices, opportunities and aspirations. She has experience in conducting arts-based methodologies, including digital storytelling and photovoice with young people. 

Faith is a Co-Investigator on the Phase 2 Zimbabwe project ‘Street Art to Promote Representation and Epistemic Justice among Marginalized Rural Zimbabwean Youth.’


Resource Archive

Search or browse the resource archive for films, reports, toolkits and other resources produced by the Changing the Story and its commissioned projects. Items written by Dr Faith Mkwananzi are listed below:

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Graffiti as a Participatory Method Fostering Epistemic JusticeGraffiti as a Participatory Method Fostering Epistemic Justice and Collective Capabilities among Rural Youth: A case study in Zimbabwe is a chapter by Tendayi Marovah and Faith Mkwananzi in the …Dr Faith Mkwananzi, Dr Tendayi Marovah, , , , , phase2 zimbabwe locationarticle language-english sdg-10-inequalities sdg-11-sustainable-cities subject-street-art
What does a decolonised research culture look like?Blog (2020/06/30) What does a decolonised research culture look like?Dr Faith Mkwananzi, Dr Melis Cin, , , phase2 zimbabwe locationblog language-english subject-reflections