Global Learning Programme - Wales - Free Conference

A new “Safe Havens and New Challenges?” event for Ceredigion and Powys schools has been organised with the relevant county councils to take place in Lampeter on 10 January, 2017.

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The Global Learning Programme-Wales has been working with approved providers – Show Racism the Red Card and Gill Miller, International Development Studies, University of Chester - as well as with local authorities to organise the “Safe Havens and New Challenges?” conferences.  

These free events are designed to improve teachers’ knowledge and understanding of population movements including refugees and asylum seekers, empower teachers to tackle prejudice and racism, highlight relevant resources, and share effective practice from GLP-W schools.
 

The conferences are relevant to teachers from all schools, regardless of whether they currently have pupils who are refugees, asylum seekers or migrants.

 The first “Safe Havens and New Challenges?” took place on 28 June, 2016 in Llandudno, and the second, organised in partnership with Carmarthenshire County Council, on 02 November, 2016 in Parc Y Scarlets, Llanelli. 

A new “Safe Havens and New Challenges?” event for Ceredigion and Powys schools has been organised with the relevant county councils to take place in Lampeter on 10 January, 2017.

Please contact lbuckley@educationdevelopmenttrust.com  by December 2ndto reserve a place.

If you are a teacher, please take a moment to register here to access other resources on this and global learning issues, many of them available bilingually

10 January, 2017 - University Of Wales Trinity St Davids, Lampeter

Safe Havens and New Challenges workshop programme