New two-week MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), Building Character through Youth Social Action, will explore how social action can change the lives of young people by building character and confidence.
Rebecca Wood examines the realities of tests for children with autism.
Professor James Arthur discussed the character building activities in the new University of Birmingham School with the Prime Minister at Downing Street reception.
Professor Kristján Kristjánsson has been appointed editor of Journal of Moral Education
The Director of the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues attends meeting at Buckingham Palace, as a member of 'Step Up to Serve'.
Dr Nicola Rollock has been approached by the Equalities Challenge Unit (ECU) to help them to design and deliver a bespoke race equality training programme for the higher education sector.
Academics from the Jubilee Centre help the Duke of Cambridge launch a ground-breaking new award programme in his name today, to help schoolchildren build character, confidence and resilience.
Dr Nicola Rollock was one of four speakers on the 'Women in Work: An unfinished revolution?' panel at the 2017 LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Jubilee Centre's 2017 Thank You Letter Awards invite young people to write a thank you letter to someone or something that has made a difference to their lives,
The School of Education, University of Birmingham, welcomes researchers from Bhutan.
Birmingham expertise was called upon by The Archers Academic conference which brought together experts from a variety of disciplines to discuss how research and professional experience can cast a new light on the storylines of the BBC Radio 4 drama.
Dr Nicola Rollock features as the February author of the month in Routledge in relation to her book The Colour of Class
The Voices of War and Peace Engagement Centre to receive additional funding from AHRC and HLF
Higher education is considered to be liberal, progressive and inclusive. Yet when we look at the recent statistics released by the Equality Challenge Unit (ECU), they suggest that this is far from the case.
The 2017 volume of the Routledge World Yearbook in Education, Assessment inequalities, edited by Julie Allan and Alfredo Artiles has just been published.
Professor Kalwant Bhopal has been invited to be a panel judge for the Guardian University awards 2017.
The influential Times Educational Supplement (TES) carried a three page feature on David Gillborn and his research on racism in education.
Dr Nicola Rollock was interviewed by PRECIOUS online publication as part of their ongoing series of profiles of women making their mark in leadership, business and work.
Dr Nicola Rollock was part of a panel of women of colour who came together to share their stories on the theme of 'how I became POSSIBLE'.
Another successful year for the School of Education's Doctoral Research Conference with Professor Kalwant Bhopal providing the keynote presentation.