Inspirationlab Teaching for Peace and Justice

We invite you to join the Inspirationlab: Teaching for Peace and Justice! This special edition of our Inspirationlab is part of the Coursera Conference to be held in The Hague from 20 – 22 March. 

We identify that thinking about the future of education is highly cultural, inherently personal and evolved by government rule and regulations. Online education might have the potential to bridge local contexts – and ultimately promote peace and justice, but how? And for what? In this special edition we want to explore these questions together with you.

Speakers Prof. Gilly Salmon and Prof. Maurits Barendrecht share their visions on this topic.

Join the discussion on Tuesday March 22nd (16.30-17:30) and register for the event by sending an email to: c4i@fgga.leidenuniv.nl or sigh up to our meetup here. 

Location: Living Lab, Schouwburgstraat 2, The Hague
 

Professor Gilly Salmon (Australia) has been a learning innovator for more than 20 years  and is one of the world’s leading thinkers in digital and blended learning.

She researches and publishes widely on the themes of innovation and change in Higher Education and the exploitation of new technologies of all kinds in the service of learning. She is internationally renowned for her significant contributions to  education futures, including research, innovation, program design, teaching methods and the use of new technologies

Professor Maurits Barendrecht practiced law at a leading Dutch law firm after graduating from Leiden Law School.He became a partner in this firm, practicing in litigation before the Dutch Supreme Court, intellectual property, labor law and public interest litigation.

Over the years, he became interested in how litigation and the civil justice system actually serve justice needs. Since 1992, he is professor of Private Law at Tilburg University. He has lead several large scale innovation projects in the realm of justice and governance, which directly address urgent justice needs which are difficult to cope with through existing legal arrangements. These interactive research and development projects usually take place in multi-stakeholder environments.
 

Join the discussion on Thuesday March 22nd (16.30-17:30) and register for the event by sending an email to: c4i@fgga.leidenuniv.nl or sigh up to our meetup here.

Location: Living Lab, Schouwburgstraat 2, The Hague

 

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