Equality as an Endpoint: Learning, Training and the Global Pathways to Inclusive Development

Equality as an Endpoint: Learning, Training and the Global Pathways to Inclusive Development

Issued: Fri, 01 Jun 2018 14:51:00 BST

Equality as an Endpoint: Learning, Training and the Global Pathways to Inclusive Development

Monday 18th June 2018, 10.00am - 4.00pm

Forehall, Main Building, University of Glasgow

 

This interdisciplinary workshop brings together views, perspectives, and insights from international policy makers and academics on effective learning and training for inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development of marginalised populations globally.

We are pleased to welcome the following speakers:

  • Professor Sayantan Ghosal, Adam Smith Business School and Dean of Interdisciplinarity and Impact at the College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow
  • Professor Michael Osborne, Director of Research within the School of Education, University of Glasgow. He is also Director of the Centre for Research and Development in Adult and Lifelong Learning (CR&DALL) within the College of Social Sciences
  • Katie Hutton, Director of National Training Programmes, Skill Development Scotland
  • Manish Kumar, Managing Director and CEO, National Skill Development Corporation, India
  • Dr. Saikat Maitra, Assistant Professor, Public Policy and Management, Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata, India
  • Dr. Yee Kwan Tang, Lecturer in Management, University of Glasgow
  • Dr. Arathi Sriprakash, Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
  • Dr. Michele Battisti, Lecturer in Economics, University of Glasgow

             Discussant: Dr. Oscar Valiente, Senior Lecturer, School of Education

Tea, coffee and lunch will be served.  Registration is required.  To register, please visit the Eventbrite site.

For full details, including the preliminary programme, please see the attachment: Equality as an Endpoint

The event is organized by Dr. Srabani Maitra, CR&DLL, School of Education and it is co-funded by the ESRC IAA that she has been awarded and the ‘Behaviour, Structure and Interventions’ (BSI) research network, University of Glasgow. Dr. Bonnie Slade, School of Education is the co-organiser of the event.


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