The Commonwealth Consortium for Education (CCfE) was established by a group of Commonwealth NGOs, to coordinate their efforts on behalf of Commonwealth education, to stimulate more coherence in their work and to provide a collective mechanism for interaction with ministries and official Commonwealth organisations. Featured below and attached is their calendar for 2023.
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The Adam Smith 300 Academic Workshops, to be held on 8 June 2023 within the Advanced Research Centre, 11 Chapel Lane, Glasgow G11 6EW, are part of a week-long series of activities to commemorate the tercentenary of alumnus Adam Smith being organised by the College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow with the support of the Templeton Foundation. Details of how to register are found on the website.
Following the note by Chris that he would step down as Editor of the PIMA Bulletin which he developed for the last seven years a decision was taken to prepare a Special Issue that would be published in honour of the contributions he made to develop the Bulletin.
We are very pleased that CR&DALL core members, Professor Srabani Maitra and Dr Barbara Read will both be keynote speakers at conference, Reimagining the Contemporary in Indian Education, at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM-C) in Kolkata from 21-23 April 2023. The conference celebrates the work of the ERSC-funded Gendered Journeys project, and includes some of the leading and highly esteemed education scholars from India.