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CR&DALL Seminar in honour of Professor Lalage Bown - 23 May, 2018

Earlier this year, Emerita Professor Lalage Bown, who was formerly Head of the Department of Adult and Continuing Education, celebrated her 90th birthday. In her honour we have arranged this seminar to reflect on some of what was, what is and what will be in the field of adult education. We will be joined by a number of speakers who have worked with Lalage in the past and many of her former colleagues, all of whom we hope will make contributions in open discussion.

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Margaret Sutherland attends a gifted education forum hosted by Mawahiba, 22-24 February 2018

Depute Director of CR&DALL, Margaret Sutherland, was invited as one of a group of international experts on gifted education by Mawahiba (King Abdulaziz and his Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Creativity) from 22-24 February 2018.

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Ageism in intergenerational learning activities – is it possible?

The COST network funded by the European Commission on Ageism -  a multi-national, interdisciplinary perspective (IS1402), provides opportunities for short scientific missions and in February 2018  one of these brought me Glasgow hosted by CR&DALL in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow. Days in the UoG Library gave to me some answers to the question: Can we talk about ageism in intergenerational practice and learning endeavours? In addition to that many contacts with Glasgow local practitioners directed me to the new research ideas and questions.

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Engaging with LGBT and migrant equalities

Following the completion of the project ‘Engaging with LGBT and migrant equalities’, we are pleased to announce the publication of two educational resources and an upcoming training event.

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Join FutureScot at the 2018 Digital Cities Roadshow throughout May

Digital Cities 2018 is a series of half day policy conferences aimed at policy, academic, technology and business leaders focusing on the proposed outcomes of Scotland's City Region Deals and the impact they will have on the growth and sustainability of the regions as well as citizen wellbeing.

Join FutureScot at the 2018 Digital Cities Roadshow throughout May

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Developing a Charter for Post Brexit Youth and Community Work - Dumfries, 24 May 2018

The Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work is funding a series of free national, collaborative 'Policy and Practice' seminars around the UK. The aim of these seminars is to foster greater levels of collaboration between higher education institutions and practice agencies in the profiling of challenges and opportunities facing youth and community work policy and practice across the UK. This Seminar Title: 'Developing a Charter for Post-Brexit Youth and Community Work'.

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Building solidarities for Anti-Racist Adult Education - ESREA, Edinburgh, 13-15 June 2018

The unprecedented speed and scale of transnational migration are giving rise to complex, often contradictory, discourses, politics, policies, and practices. On the one hand, there is global competition for talents that seems to be breaking down gender, racial and ethnic hierarchies on which older migration regimes were built.

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UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships at the University of Glasgow - 7 years of potential funding

The College of Social Sciences at the University of Glasgow invites expressions of interest from external candidates wishing to apply for UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships.

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