Twilight Forum with Dr Paul Clarke
Re-Imagining Childhood and Ecological Sustainability
Date: Thursday 5 March 2015, 4.30 – 6.00pm
Venue: Catholic Education Office
Principals, school leaders, teachers, parents, parishioners and friends are invited to join an interactive discussion with Dr Paul Clarke.
This seminar will engage with the provocation to re-imagine how we can build a more planetary culture and interact with the challenges, responsibilities and possibilities of Re-Imagining Childhood 0-18.
Dr Clarke will focus on his recent paper ‘Why Are There So Many Things? Re-imagining the Re-imagining of Childhood’ responding to this provocation through the insights of his work in advocacy for a more sustainable world.
Participants will be encouraged to share in discussing this paper with Paul and with each other.
Dr Paul Clarke is Co-Director and Founder of POP-UP-FOUNDATION and Professor of Education at St Mary’s University College, London. Paul has published widely in journals and periodicals and is author of six books. His latest, Education for Sustainability: Becoming Naturally Smart (2012) is an international bestseller.
Paul has extensive experience worldwide in the development of systemic reform projects having worked in European, North American, African, Asian and Australasian development programmes over the last twenty years and with Catholic Education South Australia over the last three years.
$25.00 per person: schools & Catholic organisations paying
$27.50 per person (inc GST): individual paying
Participants will be invoiced by the Catholic Education Office upon registration.