Lectures

December 7, 2016

50 Years of New Beacon Books:
Changing Britannia through Arts & Activism

A Public Lecture at the British Library to Mark 50 Years of New Beacon Books 3 December 2016   riends and Comrades! It is a privilege and an honour to deliver this lecture to mark 50 Years […]
May 7, 2016

Where Are the Black Law Students?

  PART ONE This is a timely and very important conversation which engages with the perennial issue of under- and over-representation of black males, especially in secondary and tertiary education generally as well as in specific disciplines. […]
November 1, 2012

Intercultural dialogue between Europe and Islam

On October 31st, professor Gus John delivered a research seminar entitled “Intercultural Dialogue and Mutual Respect between Europe and Islam – The challenge for Education” at the University of Birmingham. Here is the lecture in full: Let me […]
September 28, 2012

Mending Broken Britain? Education’s Response

Last February, Professor Gus John delivered a keynote address at the “Mending Broken Britain? Education’s Response” Conference, which was organised by Curriculum Enrichment for the Common Era (CE4CE) and sponsored by Birmingham City University. Against the background of the […]
October 10, 2008

Promoting social justice through schooling and education

This speech was delivered on October 10th, 2008, at the Second Anthony Walker Memorial Lecture (promoted by the National Union of Teachers) in London. Chair, I am deeply honoured to have been asked to deliver this, the second […]

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