Annual Equity in Education & Society Conference
Annual Conference 2023
Institute for Educational & Social Equity is pleased to issue this Call for Papers for contributions to its annual ‘Equity in Education & Society’ conference being held in association with London South Bank University.
Details of the conference are as follows:
- Event: Annual ‘Equity in Education & Society’ conference
- Theme: No specific theme but speakers/ contributors are asked to frame their input around the title of the conference
- Date: Thursday 29th June 2023
- Time: 09:00 to 17:30. Registration from 08:15. Networking reception from 16:30 to 17:30.
- Audience: Anyone interested in or working on ‘equity’ issues in educational and other contexts
- Modality: Face-to-face
- Venue: London South Bank University, Elephant & Castle
- Cost: £149 + VAT per person.
Persons wishing to present a paper at this conference, the final date to submit an abstract will be Monday 22nd May. Abstracts/ proposals should be emailed as attachments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Conference 2022
Thanks to the presenters and attendees for creating an impactful conference.
Friday 15th July – 09:20 to 18:00, including networking reception from 16:30. Registration from 08.15
Anyone interested in ‘equity’ issues in educational, social and/or work contexts.
Rathfern Primary School
Dr Anna Carlile
Head of School of Professional Studies,
Annual Conference 2021
Theme: faith, class and sexuality.
Chair: Dr Deborah Outhwaite – Director, Derby Teaching School Alliance.
Andrew Moffatt, Author and Teacher, Green Meadow Primary School.
Gerry Robinson, Executive Headteacher, Haringey Learning Partnership.
Aleishia Lewis, Deputy Headteacher, St. Mary’s, Prittlewell, C of E Primary School.
Theme: wellbeing, emotional and mental health, and disability.
Chair: Professor Jonathan Glazzard – Head of Department, Edge Hill University.
Dr Suzanne Culshaw, Research Fellow, University of Hertfordshire.
Dr Josie Maitland, Lecturer in Special Education and Disability Studies, University of Chichester.
Donna-Marie Holder, Doctoral Researcher, Brunel University London, and Autism Mom.
Theme: race, gender and identity.
Hosted by Dr Kenisha Linton – University of Greenwich.
Allana Gay, Headteacher, BAMEed co-founder and Trustee.
Dr James Lane, Executive Headteacher, St Francis de Sales Federation.
Dr Roxanne Khan, Director of HARM, University of Central Lancashire.
Each session will be introduced by Professor Paul Miller and include a Q and A with the speakers.
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