This one-day participative event is presented by the University of Edinburgh and the University of Warwick. The aim is to generate discussion and debate on the key and important issue of community engagement and community-based adult education from a comparative perspective by drawing on theory and practice from Scotland, Canada and England.
The day will focus on three main areas of discussion:
- What do we mean by community engagement? Exploring theoretical approaches from Scotland, England and Canada
- The role and challenges of community-based adult education: project approaches
- The role of universities and their involvement in community engagement with marginalised communities.
- This will be followed by a summary discussion on what lessons are to be learnt and where do we go from here?
Shauna Butterwick, University of British Colombia, Canada
Jim Crowther, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Marjorie Mayo, Goldsmiths, University of London, England
Lyn Tett, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Respondent: Ian Martin, University of Edinburgh
Chair: Barbara Merrill, University of Warwick, England
If you would like to attend please complete the registration form attached below. Please note that there will be a small charge for refreshments and lunch (this amount will be announced shortly). Details of the programme, location and maps on how to find the Moray School of Education will be sent once you have registered.bridgemedia | Men’s shoes