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Events

Birmingham and the First World War: session for teachers

Date
04/10/2014
Description
A free event for teachers to explore the collections of Birmingham Archives & Heritage and Birmingham Museums Trust

Voices of the First World War: creative writing, conflict and reconciliation

Date
11/10/2014
Description
Free writing and poetry workshops.

Austerity, Ableism, Racism and Education

Date
13/10/2014
Description
This event, the third in the CRRE national seminar series, will feature presentations by two leading international scholars, Professor Gargi Bhattacharyya from the University of East London and Dr Gregg Beratan the Director of the ADAPT Rights Group (Mumbai, India.)

From the Horses's Mouth?

Date
23/10/2014
Description
This seminar will seek to examine the reports by Clarke, Kershaw and Ofsted and the dominant narratives surrounding and emerging from the 'Trojan Horse' affair.

Tony Benn: Will and Testament

Date
23/10/2014
Description
In this moving and informative tribute to Tony Benn, the political firebrand, prolific diarist, charismatic anti-war campaigner, husband and father presents his own personal reflections on his childhood and youth, marriage and family, political career and retirement through intimate, confessional interviews wonderfully illustrated by his personal photographic and film archives.

Poetry and conflict with Beatfreeks

Date
28/10/2014
Description
Free poetry writing workshop for young people aged 14-25

Foreign Fields with The Play House

Date
31/10/2014
Description
This theatre in education participatory performance is for children aged 8-11 and it will be based on the First World War

Doctoral Research Conference

Date
29/11/2014
Description
The School of Education Doctoral Research Conference brings together doctoral researchers, academics and practitioners to explore key issues and developments in educational research, theory, policy and practice.
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