Call for Abstracts: CERA Annual Conference 2021

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

CERA Annual Conference 2021 ‘call for abstracts’ is open. The conference this year will be held online from 30th June to 3th July 2021

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The conference theme this year is ‘Education for sustainable development and social wellbeing’.  The conference theme this year seeks to explore the role of education for sustainable development and social wellbeing. At the global level, it responds to the UN-led Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in which social wellbeing is given a key position. At the national level, it considers the global Covid-19 pandemic as a microcosm invoking a range of social issues, concerns and actions. We, therefore, welcome participants to reflect on their thoughts on the role of education within broader social and environmental concerns, to show examples of local activities that promote sustainable thinking and practice, and to share their visions on future research and practice for building an inclusive and resilient society.

Please click here for detailed information regarding the conference theme, abstraction submission, and fees.

The deadline for abstract submission is  26 April 2021. Please click here to submit your abstract. 

We would be grateful if you could circulate this CALL FOR ABSTRACTS amongst your colleagues or friends who might be interested.

If you are interested in being a volunteer to help organize the conference, please feel free to contact us. Your participation is most welcome!

If you are interested in becoming a member of CERA or if you have joined the membership but have not registered with us, please follow this link for membership registration:

Best regards,

CERA-UK Annual Conference 2021 Committee

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