Are you an educator or researcher seeking reliable resources about citizenship and human rights education? Are you interested in the burning issues of the day -- injustice, political polarization and human rights violations that have been exacerbated as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, wars in Ukraine and in other places -- and would like the opportunity to converse with experts on these topics? #Conversations4Citizenship is an educational resource for you. Each month, the podcast explores new ideas, insights and knowledge about citizenship and human rights education through fascinating conversations with scholars, doctoral students and practitioners across the world who have been involved in these fields of work or study. Each episode is hosted by experienced researchers from the Institute of Education, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society: Dr Adam Lang, Kamille Beye, Dr Rowena Azada-Palacios and Dr Stella Mi-cheong Cheong, together with our creatives and production team, Dain Jeong and Heejin Ban.
Season one of #Conversations4citizenship is produced through a project grant from the UCL Changemakers scheme. Thanks to this grant, participation is open to all UCL undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in helping produce these podcasts. In addition to this, we are inviting any interested citizenship and human rights education researchers and practitioners to also join our podcast as possible guests. For expressions of interest, please click on the Join Us! link at the top of this page, and we will contact you shortly. You may email us at email@example.com. Let us know what you think! Thank you for your kind support.
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