VIRTUAL EVENT: Student summit
10 December 2020, 11:00 am–11:40 am
This interactive student summit from the Centre for Teachers and Teaching Research and SINCE 9/11 invites people to join them on Human Rights Day to safely explore issues related to extremism (including the events of 9/11).
This event is free.
Centre for Teachers and Teaching Research
The charity SINCE 9/11 aims to equip teachers with the resources to educate their students on the events, causes, and consequences of terrorist attacks, and to promote tolerance and respect for all faiths and religions.
The Centre for Teachers and Teaching Research are working with SINCE 9/11 to discover what support schools and teachers require to take up the challenge of addressing extremism.
This webinar includes speakers and a live Q&A, and will be of interest to secondary school teachers and their pupils.
The panel of speakers will lead with the theme ‘Why is 9/11 relevant today?’ to safely explore issues related to extremism, enabling teachers and pupils to continue this conversation in the classroom.
- Host: Lily Rosengard, Human Rights MA student at UCL
- Nicky Napier (Sharing her personal experience)
- Professor Martin Mills, UCL Institute of Education
- Jeremy Hayward, UCL Institute of Education
- Sara Khan, Lead Commissioner for Countering Extremism
- Sir Simon Schama, Historian and Since 9/11 Patron
Image: Dan Gold via Unsplash