Birmingham CASE supporters might be interested in attending this talk by Maria Nikolakaki, Greek academic and activist on Thursday 25th April at 7pm at the Rope Walk, 15-20 St Paul’s Square, B3 1QU
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BRE(A)D–Birmingham Radical EDucation—We will rise!
BRE(A)D are organising a talk by the Greek activist academic, Maria Nikolakaki, on
Austerity measures in education in Greece: The social genocide of youth
The talk will be held on 25 April, 7 to 9 pm, at:
Rope Walk, 15-20 St Paul’s Square, Hockley, Birmingham B3 1QU
Telephone: 0121 233 2129
Maria Nikolakaki is a Greek critical theorist, pedagogue, and expert on teaching and education studies, an Associate Professor of Pedagogy and Education, has published extensively in the areas of neoliberalism and critical pedagogy, mathematics education, citizenship education, and lifelong learning. She is also an activist and trade unionist. She is a member of the trade union board at the University of the Peloponnese where she works and of “Sispirosis”, the biggest left coalition union of academics in Greece.
Maria will be happy to discuss the current situation in Greece more generally during the Q & A afterwards.
If you can’t make this talk, Maria will also be talking the following day at Coventry University, 3 to 5 pm.