Social Policy academics to take part in TEDx 2015 - 'The Road Less Travelled'
After a successful first even last year, TEDx returns to the University of Birmingham in 2015. With ideas worth spreading, some of the School of Social Policy's leading academics will grace the TEDx stage in the Aston Webb building on Saturday 21 March.
This is an opportunity to hear ideas at the pioneering end of research. Speakers will question the idea of conforming and share ideas worth spreading. Preconceptions will be challenged and debate will be sparked.
Academics from the School of Social Policy who will be taking part are:
Chris Allen, Institute of Applied Social Studies
'Britishness, equality and inclusion towards a future manifesto'
Karen Rowlingson, Institute of Applied Social Studies
'Ten really good reasons why people shuld pay more Inheritance Tax'
Yvonne Sawbridge, Health Services Management Centre
'Why might good people deliver bad care?'
To book your place
Tickets are on sale at £20 (£14 for students) via the e-shop and will include a full day's access to the TEDx University of Birmingham event, with lunch included in the price. Join us in taking another step on the road less travelled.