We are pleased to announce the second of a series of Leverhulme lectures by Professor Nematollah Azizi. The lecture will be delivered at Swansea University on 19th October 2023 at 11:00 in Building 11.1, Glyndwr D, Singleton Campus. The lecture is entitled, 'Pedagogical Capabilities in Islam to Create, Maintain and Develop Justice-oriented Learning Cities', and is open to all.
Global sustainable development requires actionable evidence for change which can only be produced through collaboration between researchers, practitioners and advocates. This event will promote a discussion on ways through which non-governmental organizations and researchers can work together to improve programmes, public policies and practices. It will provide an opportunity to learn more about cross sector collaboration, potential partnership areas and funding opportunities.
Reserve your spot before it's too late! Welcome to the 2023 Museum and Heritage Education Symposium. Through a series of interactive presentations and roundtable discussions, renowned academics and field practitioners will explore the impact of social, political, cultural, and technological influences on museum and heritage education. The key themes of Community, Collaboration, and Care will characterize the day.
We are pleased to report that Professor Mia Perry, a core member of CRADALL, will be presenting on her latest work at BALID (The British Association of Literacy in Development). Her session is titled: When words are not enough: Pluriversal literacies for sustainable futures and will take place online on Monday, 11th September, 12 – 1:30 UK/BST.
We invite you to join us online or in person at the launch of Adult Learners Week 2023, which celebrates adults who have turned their lives around through adult education. Hear inspirational stories and conversations about adult learning from our guests and ambassadors.