Category: Conferences and Events

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C2C: Reflections on Critical Pedagogy in the New ‘Post-Truth’ Landscape

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A Prelude to: 
“Something Resembling ‘Truth’:  Reflections on Critical Pedagogy in the New ‘Post-Truth’ Landscape”  
By Professor Sondra Hale
Let’s start with this absurdity:  “Truth isn’t truth” […]

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C2C: Building Strong Connections through GEA Conference

This post is part of the Countdown to Conference (C2C) series. We would love to feature a brief blog post from you too! Visit our main Countdown to Conference page for details!
 
C2C: Building Strong Connections through GEA Conference
by Professor Penny Jane Burke
Director, Centre of Excellence for Equity in Higher Education
and Global Innovation Chair of Equity Centre of […]

Conference

CfP – GEA Conference 2019

With preparations well underway for the 2018 GEA conference at the University of Newcastle, Australia (for details, please see here), we now turn our attention to gearing up for GEA Conference 2019.
The Gender and Education Association are pleased to announce that their next international conference will be held in June 2019. The GEA executive committee welcome proposals […]

Photo by Ileana Jiménez‏ of a performance by Kranti Mumbai girls
Conference

Resistance, identities, and reducing pressure: Reflections on GEA Conference 2017

Resistance, identities, and reducing pressure: Reflections on GEA Conference 2017
by  Nicole Johnson, PhD Student, Open University of Catalonia
After enjoying the keynotes, sessions, and conversations at the 2017 GEA Conference, I found myself reflecting over the past month on the themes that emerged and impacted me. I’ve been sitting on this blog post, pondering, as […]

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Young people light up the AGENDA for a better sex and relationships education 

Guest post by Victoria Edwards
Generating more energy than the  blazing July sun, over 70 young people (age 13-18) streamed in to the Educating Agenda conference, in Cardiff University last week. They came to participate, share, reflect and build the event into a powerful and inspiring call to arms. Joining them in the building, and in purpose, […]