A NEW EVENTS PAGE – STILL PLACES LEFT!!??

Thanks to State of Education 2014

Thanks to State of Education 2014

Keen-eyed followers of our site will have noticed that a new page, EVENTS, has been added to the top header. We will endeavour to keep this up-to-date. As things stand it looks like this:

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 8 to TUESDAY, JUNE 10 – AUTONOMY THROUGH DEPENDENCY. HISTORIES OF COOPERATION, CONFLICT AND INNOVATION IN YOUTH WORK CONFERENCE in FINLAND 

TUESDAY, JUNE 10 to WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11 – YOUTH AND POLICY THINKING SERIOUSLY at HINSLEY HALL, LEEDS – contact 

conferences@youthandpolicy.org

TUESDAY, JUNE 17 – WELLBEING CONFERENCE at the UNIVERSITY of CUMBRIA, AMBLESIDE – contact erja.nikander@brathay.org.uk

TUESDAY, JUNE 17 –  Free training day for youth workers – Understanding Group Work from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. at YMCA  GEORGE WILLIAMS

MONDAY, JULY 7 – STUDENTVOICE CONFERENCE from 12.00 noon to 5.30 p.m. in Central London – contact  james@phoenixeducation.co.uk

FRIDAY, JULY 11 – ‘GIRLS AND BOYS SPEAK OUT’ CONFERENCE from 9.00 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. at CARDIFF UNIVERSITY

THURSDAY, AUGUST 21 to FRIDAY, AUGUST 22 – QUEENSLAND YOUTH AFFAIRS CONFERENCE 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23 – IDYW STUDENTS’ STORY-TELLING WORKSHOP from 10.00 a.m. to 12 noon at COVENTRY UNIVERSITY

and in a stunning display of unprecedented forward planning!

FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015 – SIXTH ANNUAL IDYW NATIONAL CONFERENCE in LEEDS

FRIDAY, MARCH 13 to SUNDAY, MARCH 15, 2015 – YOUTH&POLICY HISTORY OF YOUTH AND COMMUNITY CONFERENCE at HINSLEY HALL, LEEDS

 

Just to let you know that Tania de St Croix is delivering a keynote speech at the fifth History of Youth Work conference in Finland, entitled  ‘Building alliances, choosing allies: Taking sides in youth work, research and activism.’ Whilst Tania is not there as a representative of our campaign we suspect she will weave the story of IDYW into her narrative!

It’s late notice, but we believe there are still a few places left at the Y&P conference in Leeds and the Group Work event at the YMCA.

Tony Taylor is contributing a paper at the Wellbeing conference in Ambleside, which will place some question marks against its emergence as a tool for social policy and practice.

Please let us know if you have any events you’d like us to publicise.