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【INEI】Global Research Symposium "Citizenship, Human Rights and Social Justice Education: Facilitating Positive Change Through Theory and Action" Published:2021-04-12 12:31:17  Views:10

On Friday, April 16th, the UW-Madison School of Education and IRIS are co-hosting a Global Research Symposium titled 'Citizenship, Human Rights and Social Justice Education: Facilitating Positive Change Through Theory and Action'Dean Diana Hess will offer remarks, and there will be a final keynote address from Professor Emeritus Michael W. Apple. The following faculty and researchers from INEI institutions will be presenting:

-Professor Julie McLeod, University of Melbourne, Australia

-Professor Ana Paula Duboc, University of São Paulo, Brazil

-Professor Kathy Bickmore, University of Toronto, Canada

-Lecturer and Research Fellow Ke Lin, Beijing Normal University, China

-Professor David Reimer, Aarhus University, Denmark

-Associate Professor Hiromi Kawaguchi, Hiroshima University, Japan

-Associate Professor Jasmine Sim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

-Professor Hugh Starkey, University College London, United Kingdom

-Professor Lesley Bartlett, University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States


Registration for the event is open to INEI member institutions and is available until April 13thhttps://web.cvent.com/event/bcc9096f-d54f-4d47-9f4c-975381eaccbe/websitePage:ede2f82c-148b-4088-a285-ffcd23a5753d 

 

Time: Friday, April 16, 2021 8:00am – 12:30pm (Central Standard Time, GMT -6)

           Friday, April 16, 2021 9:00pm – Saturday, April 17, 2021 1:30am (Beijing Time)


Agenda

8:00a-8:10a: Welcome and Introductions

8:10a-9:15a: Talks by INEI faculty from the University of Melbourne, University of Toronto (OISE), Beijing Normal University, Nanyang Technological University (NIE), and Hiroshima University

9:15a-9:20a: Break

9:20a-10:20a: Graduate Student Poster Presentations

10:20a-10:55a: Round Tables

10:55a-11:00a: Break

11:00a-12:00p: Talks by INEI faculty from the University of São Paulo, University College London (IOE),  Aarhus University, and University of Wisconsin-Madison (SOE)

12:00p-12:05p: Dean Diana Hess, UW-Madison School of Education

12:05p-12:30p: Closing Keynote Speech: Michael Apple - The Path Forward


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