Manchester Metropolitan University welcomes the return of The Cooperative Education and Research Conference for the second consecutive year.
Taking place on 5 –6 April 2017, this unique event will bring together practitioners and researchers to discuss ways in which co-operative learning can challenge inequalities and contribute to building co-operative authenticity, sustainability and resilience around the world.
The Co-operative Education and Research Conference is organised by The Co-operative College and continues to be a successful platform for knowledge exchange and research in the co-operative education sector. This year the keynote speakers are Professor Keri Facer and Lemn Sissay, MBE.
The conference will be held at Geoffrey Manton building, home to the Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Social Science at Manchester Met. The building is easily accessible via all major public transport routes and is a short walk from Oxford Road train station.
For more information about the Co-operative Education and Research Conference or to book your place, visit the website.