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  1. HDCA Teacher Workshop 2: Teaching at Undergraduate Level

    …th February 2021 13:00 – 14:30 UTC Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hdca-teacher-workshop-2-teaching-at-undergraduate-level-tickets-138223420973 In this second event in our Teacher Workshop series we will be focussing on developments and ideas for teaching about human development and the CA at undergraduate level. We welcome teachers who are currently teaching on this subject to join us for this event. The workshop is open to members…

  2. HDCA Global Dialogue 2021

    HDCA is delighted to announce the HDCA Global Dialogue 2021, taking place 20-30 September 2021 entirely online using the Whova event platform. A special programme of events, the HDCA Global Dialogue 2021, will include keynote speakers, panel and roundtable discussions, workshops and informal meetings and networking sessions. The program has been organised by the eight HDCA Regional Networks. Attendance at all events in the HDCA Global Dialogue 2021 is free and open to both HDCA members and non-members.

    For more information about the HDCA Global Forum 2021, please contact the HDCA Administrator, Kathy Rosenblum (admin@hd-ca.org)

  3. Call for papers. The Quest for Normativity: Challenges and New Directions in Social Research

    …space for the many conversations that different ethical turns have spurred. In order to contribute to this vision, this call for papers invites contributions from across the social sciences and humanities that address questions related to the challenges and opportunities derived from these different normative turns. It also welcomes papers that reflect on the history of ethical reflection within social research, and on the possible futures opened…

  4. NEW BOOK! Reparative Futures and Transformative Learning Spaces

    …mative Learning Spaces, Springer Nature, Switzerland. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-031-45806-4 Abstract: The Reparative Futures and Transformative Learning Spaces book outlines the conceptualisation of ‘reparative futures’ as explained by Sriprakash et al (2020) as well as the importance of transformative learning spaces which take us forward for actions beyond only critiques of what is wrong and unjust.This book presents a remarka…

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