These seminars examine new thinking and discussion on development education, global learning and global citizenship.
These events are open to the public but are likely to be of particular interest to academics and researchers, post-graduate students, teachers and college lecturers, and NGO workers.
|29 October 2019||Development education for the privileged: Power and pedagogy in a gap year programme||Dr Pablo Dalby|
|16 October 2018||Exploring global citizenship teacher education across Europe: a comparative analysis||Professor Massimiliano Tarozzi|
|20 November 2018||Teachers and the Global Learning Programme: engagement and impact||Dr Clare Bentall and Dr Fran Hunt|
|30 April 2019||Constructing global citizenship: How do children perceive the global?||Steph McAllen|
|23 May 2019||Integrating Buddhist/Soka perspectives into global citizenship education||Dr Namrata Sharma|
|20 March 2018||Global skills for a global society?||Professor Douglas Bourn|
|19 June 2018||The challenges and practices of teaching 'Generation Like' about digital global citizenship: a case study from Spain||Eloísa Nos-Aldás|