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Webinar Series

Friday, 14 October, 2022 - 15:22

All dates and speakers now confirmed for 2022/23 #ANGEL_WS Webinar Series.


To further the project aims of the Academic Network on Global Education & Learning - of building an international community of researchers and scholars in the field of GE, and responding to event feedback from members, we are happy to confirm the return of our regular series of shorter, research-focused events for the 2022/23 academic year. The ANGEL Webinar Series series, created with the needs of members in mind, but open to all, is aimed mainly at Global Education professionals, as well as anyone with an interest in research in the fields of Development Education, Global Citizenship Education, Human Rights Education, Education for Sustainable Development, Education for Peace, and Intercultural Education. This event, along with the other activities of the ANGEL network, are co-funded by the European Union.

Last year's series was a great success, with 6 varied events bringing together almost 900 representatives of the global education and learning community from almost 90 countries.

As last time around, all events are free and open to all, but please do register in advance. Some sessions may feature follow-on informal member-only sessions. 

Sessions will all be open for booking by mid-November. All times in London time.

The hashtag this year is #ANGEL_WS if you want to have any related conversations on Twitter.

 

 

 

Confirmed sessions for 2022 & 23

 

24 November (13:00 – 14:30 GMT)

Focusing on the relationships between cooperation development and global citizenship education: are they still relevant today? 

Exploring the history of, and questioning the contemporary relevance of the connections between the development cooperation sector and global citizenship education.

  • Speaker: Annette Scheunpflug (University of Bamberg) 
  • Chair: La Salete Coelho (University of Porto & Polytechnic of Viana do Castelo)
  • Respondents: Mara Coppens (Belgian Ministry of Development Cooperation )

 

 

25 January (12:30 - 13:30 GMT)

Rocking the boat: Do Development Education NGOs adequately critique neoliberalism?

Discussion around the provocative new report International Development and Development Education: Challenging the Dominant Economic Paradigm?, authored by Harm-Jan Fricke and commissioned by the Centre for Global Education and Financial Justice Ireland.

  • Speaker: Harm Jan Fricke (Education and organisational development consultant)
  • Respondent: Stephen McCloskey (Centre for Global Education)
  • Chair: Doug Bourn (DERC)

 

8 February (14:00 – 15:30 GMT)

New research from the Teacher Education SIG

Four short presentations on the theme: "Education for sustainable development with pre-service and in-service teachers". Event coordinated and planned by the convenors and members of ANGEL's first special interest group, or thematic subnetwork of researchers.

 

8 March (12:00 – 13:30 GMT)

Regional Perspectives: Global Education & Learning in South Asia

Modelled on the 'Regional Perspectives' sessions from the ANGEL Conference 2021, this webinar will feature a number of short presentations from academics across South Asia, and aims to highlight and analyse regional differences in the development and implementation of global learning policies and practices. 

  • More details TBC

 

19 April (12:30 – 14:00 BST)

New voices in Global Education & Learning

Session showcasing 5 brief presentations of exciting newly published or current research by early career researcher ANGEL members. Call for submissions to be released in November 2022, with a closing date of Feb 17 2023. 

 

10 May (10:00 – 11:00 BST)

Susan Robertson: Anticipatory Global Governance and Education Futures

This event will focus on the work that Professor Robertson (Professor of Education, Cambridge University, UK) has recently published on the role that UNESCO and OECD are playing in anticipatory governance and education futures.

  • More details TBC
  • Chair: Massimiliano Tarozzi (University of Bologna)

     

Project background

The Academic Network on Global Education & Learning (ANGEL) network is the most comprehensive network of Global Learning professionals, with members in more than 70 countries. ANGEL facilitates the sharing of research and news, organises networking and conferences, and aims to form a pool of experts which can become a resource for policymakers in search of strong research grounding for policy development. ANGEL is a EU-funded partnership project of Global Education Network Europe and the Development Education Research Centre at the UCL Institute of Education.

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