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Inclusion and Exclusion in Global Citizenship Education

Start Date: 26/06/2016 End Date: 26/06/2016

Event Location: Moore Institute for Research in the Humanities and Social Studies
National University of Ireland, Galway,
University Road,
Galway.

The Moore Institute at NUIG, SUAS and IDEA are delighted to invite you to a one-day workshop on Inclusion and Exclusion in Global Citizenship Education. The workshop will be held at the Moore Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, on Monday 27 June, 10:45 am – 3:45 pm. 

The aim of the day is to promote dialogue, sharing and collaboration between researchers and practitioners in the area of non-discriminatory Global Citizenship Education, with a particular focus on gender issues, young people, and Southern & postcolonial perspectives. The day will be facilitated by Momodou Sallah, Dalene Swanson and Su Ming Khoo. Artist Eimear McNally will help us to creatively interweave our insights.    

Please join us for what promises to be a rich and challenging conversation amongst a diverse group of Global Citizenship Education researchers and practitioners. The event is free but you must register in advance with Susan@ideaonline.ie. We hope to see you on the 27th!

About our facilitators:

Dr Momodou Sallah is Senior Lecturer at De Montfort University, Leicester. His areas of interest and expertise include cultural competency, global youth work, youth participation, diversity, black young people and young Muslims. In November 2015, Momodou was named the ‘most innovative teacher in the UK’ in the Times Higher Education Awards.

Dr Dalene Swanson is a senior academic at the University of Stirling. She is interested in critical global citizenship, postcoloniality, indigenous thought, post-foundational methodologies, dance and mathematics education.

Dr Su-ming Khoo teaches and researches at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Her interests include postcolonial development studies, public advocacy and activism, human rights and the ethics of higher education.  

Eimear McNally is an illustrator and facilitator working mainly in the area of live graphic recording and visual facilitation. She has many years of experience in Education for Global Citizenship, and she is passionate about bringing creativity and new ways of seeing into our work and our lives.

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IDEA AGM and Annual Conference 2016

Start Date: 09/06/2016 End Date: 09/06/2016

Event Location: Wood Quay Venue,
Dublin City Council Civic Offices,
Wood Quay,
Dublin 8

AGM (members only): 10:00 am

Annual Conference: 11:00 am

The IDEA Annual Conference 2016, Migrating Perspectives, will focus on the role for Development Education in supporting awareness, understanding and action around issues related to migration. 

Due to to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstance, our keynote speaker Jay Naidoo will now be unable to join us on the day. However, we have a wonderful panel for you to hear from and engage with in depth to explore how Development Education can respond to migration related issues, including: Salome Mbugua, Vice-Chair European Network of Migrant Women, and Head of Mission at Wezesha, Prof. Eoin Devereux, Assistant Dean for Research in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Limerick, Deo Ladislas Ndakengerwa, Activist, and Mbemba Jabbi, Development Education Practitioner.

Join us for a day of discussion and learning.

Register below!