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ANNUAL COMMONWEALTH DAY WESTMINSTER SEMINAR

ACHIEVING AN INCLUSIVE COMMONWEALTH- WHAT ROLE FOR EDUCATION?

Date: 14 March 2016

Time: 09:45 to 12:30

Venue: Committee Room 14, Palace of Westminster

The seminar takes its objective from this year’s Commonwealth theme of ‘An Inclusive Commonwealth’ and seeks to explore the dynamic inter-relationship between education, inclusion and equity.

The seminar will address the overall context and implications, from a variety of perspectives, and presenters will offer examples of interventions, concerning different types of marginalised groups, in which they have been involved.

Some of the challenges to be addressed include:

·Community based education - the implications for schools and systems;

·Education content for promoting inclusion;

·Education provision in conflict and post-conflict societies;

·Provision for young people with various disabilities and handicaps;

·Education for other groups who might lack access;

To reserve your place, please register now via Eventbrite HERE.

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