Registration is now open for Co-operative Education Against the Crises.
If you would like to attend the event please register and pay by following this link.
It’s shaping up to be an interesting event with a great line-up of speakers including Prof. Mike Apple (University of Wisconsin-Madison), Mervyn Wilson (Co-operative College), Dave Carter (MDDA) talking about the maker movement, Britta Werner (Unicorn Co-op Grocery), and Prof. Mike Neary (University of Lincoln & Social Science Centre Lincoln) plus more yet to confirm. The day will bring together academics and practitioners to think about Co-operatives and education from a range of perspectives including political strategy, pedagogy, agendas for research and the practical steps of building the Co-op school movement. The afternoon will be given over to participatory discussion sessions where participants will be able to raise issues and ideas they would like to discuss with others.
The fee for participants is £25 and £7.50 for PhD students (10 places).
For more information check out the website.