Upcoming and recent events
Latest seminars and workshops organised by CREID and affiliated partners.
Archive of past events by CREID, organised by year.
[DISSEMINATION EVENT] ENLIVEN project (17 Sep 2019)
This dissemination event will be held at the Royal Sky Room 1, the Royal Library Meeting Centre, Brussels, Belgium.
[Research Report Launch Conference] Is the child’s and young person’s view shaping decisions on SEND/ASN provision in England and Scotland? (6 June 2019)
A research report launch conference of our ESRC-funded project "Autonomy, Rights and Children with Special Educational Needs" organised by the University of Manchester.
[SEMINAR] Transforming children’s rights? Dilemmas, challenges and implementation (1 May 2019)
Across the four nations of the UK, there have been different rates of progress in terms of incorporating aspects of the UNCRC into domestic law. Holding this seminar in Scotland is timely, with the Scottish Government’s promise to incorporate the principles of CRC into domestic law, a three year awareness raising programme for children’s rights, and an emerging children and young people’s participation framework. It is thus timely to consider where we are now ─ and where we want to be ─ learning from across the UK and beyond.
[ENLIVEN dissemination] Post-School Education and Training for Young People on the Social Margins: Evidence from Scotland (28 Feb 2019)
At this event we report on our own research in Scotland. We are focusing on the experiences and outcomes of young people in two skills development programmes, one delivered by a college and one by a local council.
[Seminario Internacional] Autonomía Y Derecho A La Participación De Los Niños Y Niñas Con Necesidades De Apoyo Educativo (19 Feb 2019)
In collaboration with the University of Burgos, CREID is hosting an international seminar on the autonomy and rights to children with additional support needs "Autonomía Y Derecho A La Participación De Los Niños Y Niñas Con Necesidades De Apoyo Educativo" on the 19th February 2019 at the University of Burgos.
Autonomy, rights and children with special needs: International perspectives (13 June 2018)
The contributors to this seminar are based in 6 jurisdictions: the US, Scotland, England, Wales, Spain and Northern Ireland. In order to understand national legislation, policy and practice, papers draw on literature and empirical research from the fields of law, education, philosophy and social policy.
[INVITED SEMINAR] Restorative Approaches: Measuring ‘success’ and aiming for impact
This seminar offers the opportunity for professionals and academics to learn and share experience on how we can measure ‘success’ and impact in working restoratively in schools.
Public Lecture: On the Presumption of Mainstreaming: Ideals and Reality (16.01.2018)
This public lecture considers the pros and cons of this policy and asks whether it still has a place in Scottish education.