20’ of discussion

More than twenty professionals – researchers and practitioners from various fields – each host an open discussion table to reflect in small groups on the educational challenges raised during the plenary session.

Up to six people can join each conversation, transforming it into a mutual knowledge exchange in an open and informal setting. These conversations also offer participants the opportunity to discover the content of the conference in greater detail; facilitators of the experiential sessions and speakers of the break-out sessions will be among the table hosts.

In total, we will have two rounds of 20-minute conversations.

Malina Baranowska-Janusz

Center for Citizenship Education, Poland

Tomas Baum

Flemish Peace Institute, Belgium

Maria Carme Boqué Torremorell

Ramon Llull University, Spain

Bart Brandsma

Polarisatie.nl, The Netherlands

Eef Cornelissen & Arzu Yentür

Erasmus University College Brussels, Belgium

Ellis Brooks

Quakers in Britain, UK

Jonathan Even-Zohar

EUROCLIO, The Netherlands

Rob Faure Walker

UCL Institute of Education, UK

Ilse Hakvoort

University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Petra Hilgers, Trupti Patel & Katharine Yates

deep:black, UK

Konstantin Kaiser

planpolitik, Germany

David Kerr

Citizenship Foundation & University of Reading, UK

Ahmed Moallim

Leap Confronting Conflict, UK

Marianne Munis & Marie Reiter

Danish Centre for Conflict Resolution & Youth Town, Denmark

New-Bridge Integrated College

Loughbrickland, Northern Ireland

Aislinn O’Donnell

Maynooth University, Ireland

Valentina Otmacic

UNICEF, Croatia

Eddie Playfair

Newham Sixth Form College (NewVIc), UK

Claudia Ruitenberg

University of British Columbia, Canada

Justin Schlosberg

Birkbeck, University of London, UK

Gábor Takács

Káva, Hungary

Susanne Ulrich

Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany

Maarten Van Alstein

Flemish Peace Institute, Belgium

Joy Warmington

brap, UK

Peter Worley

The Philosophy Foundation, UK