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Social pedagogy as a catalyst for change

22 August 2023, 10:00 am–5:00 pm

Audience listening

Join this event to hear the speakers present research, reflections and ideas from a soon-to-be-published issue of the International Journal of Social Pedagogy, inspired by reading bell hooks.

Event Information

Open to

All

Availability

Yes

Cost

£70.00

Organiser

Social Pedagogy Professional Association

Location

Room 106
Gordon House
29 Gordon Square
London
WC1H 0PP

This conference will explore how bell hooks’ writings on education relate to social pedagogy, particularly around her thinking on transgression.

The speakers will look at how recent global and local events indicate rising inequality and polarisation. They will draw on bell hooks and her nuanced, feminist, anti-racist approach.

Speakers

  • Sebastian Monteux
  • Marianne Træbing Secher
  • Cecile Remy
  • Charlotte Vange Løvstad
  • Lotte Junker Harbo
  • Maria Helena Zamora

This in-person event will be particularly useful for care workers, foster carers, social and welfare workers or policy makers.

Concessions are available for students and members of the Social Pedagogy Professional Association.


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Astrid Knie via Flickr.