Five Nations Conference – Citizenship and identities: political identity
CERES Co-Director Rowena Arshad gave the keynote address ‘Exploring multiple and political identities in a diverse society’ at the end of the first day of the Five Nations Conference which took place in Edinburgh in December 2013.
A video is now available of the keynote address:
Children’s Rights, Social Justice and Social Identities Seminar Series:
Seminar 2, ‘Children and young people’s views on and experiences of intersecting identities and inequalities’. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 20 March 2014.
Video with key highlights:
Video with key highlights subtitled/sign language:
Professor Pat Dolan, Making Sense-Learning for Family Support from young people’s views and experiences
Seminar 1, ‘Intersecting Childhood Identities, Inequalities and Rights: Unpacking Concepts and Exploring Implications’. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Monday 2nd December 2013.
Dr Kristina Konstantoni, Welcome and Introduction
Dr Akwugo Emejulu, Intersectionality: A Short Introduction
Dr Alison Hosie, Afternoon Panel Presentation 1
Nico Juetten, Afternoon Panel Presentation 2
Book Launch Event:
Gary Younge (Journalist and Author) The Speech – The Story Behind Martin Luther King’s Dream Moray House School of Education, Edinburgh, Monday 14th October 2013
CERES Conference 2013:
Gary Younge (Journalist and Author) ‘Race’, Nation, and Culture in a Globalised World Keynote Lecture, Wednesday 26th June 2013
Professor David Gillborn (University of Birmingham) Racism Resentment and Resurgent Whiteness: Education and the War against Black Children Keynote Lecture, Thursday 27th June 2013
Professor Geri Smyth (University of Strathclyde) What’s in a Name? Constructing and Denying Identities in Educational Landscapes Keynote Lecture, Friday 28th June 2013