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The Master's thesis research involves an approach to inclusive decolonial equity: creating a culturally critical learning space using the non-dualistic aspect of the Ubuntu philosophy.

My research is within the educational spectrum of the non-dualistic aspect of the Ubuntu life philosophy and how I can utilise a non-violent communication method to create a culturally and critical learning space. This aims to approach the terms of equity, inclusion and diversity while having a dialogue of what it means for the audience on an individualistic and collective understanding.

We engage in a pursuit to find a collateral connotation on how to make sure everyone's voice is heard, even when they are not part of the majority, and to lower the barrier that separates us from "the other" by engaging in acceptance of the differences that makes us as individuals strong-utility for the collective community.

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