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Race, Education and Securitisation



Registration is now closed online. However there are still spaces available. Please arrive in time for registration to register on the day.

09.30-10.00  Registration and coffee

10.00-10.15  Welcome

10.15-11.00  Keynote: Race, Education and Securitisation; Dr Rizwaan Sabir, Bath University; 

11.00-11.20  My Jihad: Identity, Politics, Islam and Globalisation – A Personal Perspective on ‘Radicalisation’; Dr Amir Saeed, University of Huddersfield; Abstract

11.20-11.40  Youth, Political Extremism and community learning; Professor Paul Thomas, University of Huddersfield; Abstract

11.40-12.00  Questions and Answers

12.00-13.15  Lunch

13.15- 13.35  State Schooling and Securitization: What about Muslim boys?; Professor Mairtin Mac an Ghaill, Newman University, Birmingham; Abstract

13.35-13.55  Exploring the Interrelationship of Risk and Power in the Global War on Terror: A case study of UK civil society resistance against UK counter-terror measures; Adita Gupta, Reprieve; Abstract

13.55-14.15   Questions and Answers

14.15-14.30  Coffee

14.30-14.50 English secondary schools under surveillance: what are the implications for race?; Dr Charlotte Chadderton, University of East London; Abstract

14.50-15.10  Religion, Governance and Consent: From Cantle to Clarke; Dr David Lundie, Liverpool Hope University; Abstract

15.10-15.20  Trojan Horse and the ‘Prevent’ing of Schooling: Race, Religion and the Racial State; Dr Shamim Miah, University of Huddersfield; Abstract

15.20-16.00   Questions and Answers

16.00  Close of meeting