Free Conference: University of Birmingham, ESRC and ConnectFutures
Date & time 07.11.2018,
9:30am -2:30pm. (Free Lunch provided.)
News of a terrorist attack is always frightening, but for parents, teachers and those who work with children, there is the added issue of how to discuss these attacks with young people. How can the online, face to face and real time conversations merge at a practical level.
Some amazing speakers and experts.
* Debbie Westwood: Headteacher at Christ Church Primary School. Rated “Outstanding”
* Figen Murray, Counsellor, who lost her son at the Manchester Arena terror attack
* Sheila Birdi, Director of Safeguarding and Attendance at Washwood Heath Multi Academy Trust, Birmingham
* Nicola Benyahia, Counsellor, Founder – Families for Life, supporting people dealing with radicalised family members. Her son died fighting for the Islamic State.
* Zubeda Limbada -Director of ConnectFutures -delivering training and research around extremism & radicalisation
*Sam Fisher, Director at Wonder Why Society, offering a free, fully moderated, collaborative online learning community for school children.
* Dr Raquel da Silva: British Academy Research Fellow at the International Development Department, University of Birmingham
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