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29 May 2024

 

Tickets for the North West Tertiary Education Cluster Conference on Wednesday 29 May 2024 are available to book at bit.ly/3WyULeH. The event will start at 9.30am and finish at 3pm.

The conference is one of the events marking the 25th anniversary of the Centre for Cross Border Studies and we’re working with the North West Tertiary Education Cluster, Atlantic Technological UniversityDonegal Education and Training BoardNorth West Regional College and Ulster University (UU) on the programme.

The Conference takes place in the Teaching Centre at the UU Derry~Londonderry Campus, and we’ll be announcing details of the programme in due course.

The panel discussions will be moderated by Tommie Gorman, former RTE Northern Editor.

It is guaranteed to be a day filled with exciting panel discussions and networking opportunities. Get ready to connect with like-minded individuals and gain valuable insights into the future of the North West. Don’t miss out on this chance to be a part of the conversation and help shape the future of the North West City Region.

The Integrated Education Fund will present its ‘People, schools and borders’ research report which was commissioned to look at experiences of education and expectations of education provision in border areas. The ‘People, schools and borders’ research project was a partnership between Ulster University, the Integrated Education Fund (IEF) and Educate Together. The project was funded by the International Fund for Ireland Communities in Partnership Programme which promotes reconciliation and integration between and within communities across Northern Ireland and in the border areas of Ireland. The report can be accessed here.

International Fund for Ireland Chairman Paddy Harte, Dr Jessica Bates & Dr Stephen Roulston from Ulster University with Integrated Education Fund Parental Engagement Campaign Manager Sean Pettis with the ‘People, schools and borders’ research report. It investigates community experiences and perspectives of primary school provision along the border in Ireland.

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