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Opening Plenary of UKFIET conference 2017: Told in Tweets

Redefining new humanism for achieving education for sustainable development Crain Soudien, Human Sciences Research Council, South Africa Crain’s keynote in the opening plenary reflected on the significance of important shifts that have taken place in the broad field of the humanities in the last 20 years on understandings of development. He is particularly interested in […]

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GEMR Report 2017/18

GEMR Report Launch – Accountability in Education

Launch date: Tuesday, 24 October, 2017 The second in the new GEM Report series, the 2017/8 Report, will continue its assessment of progress towards the Sustainable Development Goal on education (SDG 4) and its 10 targets, as well as other related education targets in the SDG agenda. There will be an event Unpacking Accountability, hosted at […]

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2015 Bursary recipients

Conference Bursary Fund

The Forum has been offering bursaries providing assistance with conference attendance since 2005 using generous contributions made initially to the Jeremy Greenland bursary fund and more recently from its own reserves and generous contributions from friends.  To date, almost £50,000 has been provided to recipients from across the globe, all have contributed to the conference […]

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To download the app, search “UKFIET Conference 2017” in the App Store or Google Play.

Conference App

The conference app has many benefits, downloading the app to your mobile phone or tablet will enable you to: Build a personalised conference schedule, and get session reminders Connect with other delegates Engage with social media Access the latest conference news and information View speaker profiles Add comments and photos Find your way around the […]

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2017 Conference Sub-themes

Preparing for the 2017 UKFIET conference: what sessions should I go to?

This year’s UKFIET conference has a central theme of ‘Learning and Teaching for Sustainable Development: Curriculum, Cognition and Context’. Within that, there are six main sub-themes. The Convenors of each of these sub-themes outline here a summary of what you can expect from the sessions, and provide a snapshot of some of the issues being […]

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