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Doctoral Research Interest Group (DRIG) Meeting

25.07.17

'Faith schools and institutions engaging young people of diverse race, ethnicity of different faiths and no faith, with or without protected characteristics in open relationship with the wider intergenerational civil society'

Date: Thursday 10th August 2017
Venue: University of Leicester
Time: 10:30am - 3:30pm

Keynote Speakers

Tim Fawssett, Feast
The impact of interfaith work on the lives of young people, and beyond

Dr Mihaela Rusitoru
Representing the different intersectionalities of civil society needs to be addressed by education policy makers and this needs to connect with the focus on faith schools and their role indeveloping interreligious dialogue in open relationship with the wider intergenerational civil society.

We are delighted to invite you to attend what promises to be an exciting seminar free to members of BELMAS. If you are not a member of BELMAS we invite you to join for free for the first year. For membership benefits and to join please follow this link: https://www.belmas.org.uk/member-benefits

Postgraduate research is located within contested conceptualisations of the knowledge economy, professional learning, applied research, globalization, and educational diversity in higher education and the workplace. Against a backdrop of such complexity, the BELMAS Doctoral Research Interest Group (DRIG) aims to re-envision conceptions of quality that influence definitions of place, purpose and understanding of professional learning in doctoral study in the area of educational leadership, management, and policy. Postgraduate research has the potential to play an important and significant role in building leadership capacity in education, health, social services, and the police as we see Child Services engaging with different agencies from traditionally separate fields. Joined up thinking will be vital in the future creation of civil society in the UK and worldwide. Thus the BELMAS DRIG will examine the nature and place of cultural and economic social justice in civic education together with the internationalization of purpose, structure and function in doctoral study through evidence informed leadership.

Yours sincerely

Dr Alison Taysum
Programme Leader MSc Educational Leadership in Education
School of Education, University of Leicester
162-166 Upper New Walk, Leicester.
Tel: 0116 229 7523
Email: ast11@le.ac.uk

Registration for this event is free and full venue details will be provided to registered delegates in the form of joining instructions.

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