The Inclusive Education Summit 2019
Early Bird fee of $510 applies if registering before 27 September.
The aim of the annual conference of the Inclusive Education Summit is to consider how education systems can be part of a much wider agenda - the building of inclusive societies.
The conference theme “It’s about all of us”, invites us to meet, work and think together: People from marginalised groups, their families and whānau, allies and accomplices, researchers, students, educators and educational leaders, advocacy organisations.
The conference will be opened by New Zealand’s Disability Rights Commissioner Paula Tesoriero and feature keynotes by Assoc Dean Ann Cheryl Armstrong, University of the South Pacific; Prof Angus Macfarlane, Professor of Māori Research, University of Canterbury; and a performance by the Hobson St Theatre Company “That’s what friends are for.”
Workshop and panel presenters come from throughout Australasia.
Visit the Summit webpage for programme details: