Over the course of 2022, a team of Warwick researchers, external artists, and young people from schools in Coventry have been working collaboratively and creatively in response to the global climate crisis and the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This event is in partnership with Sarah Shalgosky (Curator of the Mead Gallery, WAC) and WAC’s Creative Learning team.
We will showcase these three interrelated creative arts education Impact projects, exploring how they have used drama, dance, digital arts, creative writing, and performance poetry as ways of navigating the messy, complex, and often overwhelming topics of climate change and environmental degradation.
Professor Chris Brown awarded funds for investigating education networks
Professor Chris Brown will lead research project investigating education networks in Australia, the United Kingdom and Asia. More details and webpage soon
We are ranked 5th in Guardian league table for Education
We are pleased to be ranked 5th in the Guardian's recent UK universities listings
Educational Empowerment & Cultural, Religious Diversity of 21st Century Learners:
Unpacking Learning Experiences of Muslim Children and Young People in European Education Systems
Dr Abdullah Sahin
25-28 September 2022
5th Warwick Islamic Education Summer School