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Annual Conference 2017

18 September 2017

5th-7th September 2017
University of Sussex The BERA conference went back to Sussex after 5 years since we were last here. Attended by 963 delegates, this was the largest conference held outside of London. This conference had keynotes from Gary McCulloch, Nicola Rollock and Gert Biesta View...Read More

Annual Conference 2016

22 September 2016

13th-15th September 2016
University of Leeds The BERA conference went back to Leeds after over 10 years since we were last here. Attended by 878 delegates, this was the largest conference held outside of Leeds. This conference had keynotes from Poonam Batra, Lesley Emerson and Sian...Read More

Annual Conference 2015

25 September 2015

15th-17th September 2015
Queen's University BelfastThe BERA conference went back to Belfast after over 15 years since we were last here. Attended by over 700 delegates, this was the first conference ran completely in-house by the newly appointed Events Manager, Marie Blythe.This conference...Read More

Annual Conference 2014

24 September 2014

23rd-25th September 2014
Institute of Education, LondonBERA celebrated its 40th anniversary conference, attended by over 900 delegates. With a record number of submissions and exceptional presentations from our keynote lecturers Andrew Brown, Danny Dorling, Sugata Mitra and David Leat.View the...Read More

Annual Conference 2013

5 September 2013

Venue: University of SussexView the programme here.PRESS COVERAGETuesday news storiesPupils having to repeat language lessonsEvening StandardThe ExpressGovernment must tackle causes, not just symptoms, of povertyYorkshire PostWednesday news storiesSchools becoming less segregatedThe...Read More

Annual Conference 2012

6 September 2012

Venue: University of ManchesterView the programme here.Press CoverageSchools "taking risks" with pupil data collectionDaily TelegraphLondon Evening StandardMancunian MattersInfosecurity MagazinePlanet BiometricsThe ExpressThe Press AssociationThe ScotsmanMSN UKplus over 40 UK regional/local...Read More