PUBLIC LECTURE: Social Justice Leadership: Evidence from practice

Event Date(s): 13/04/2023

Location: Virtual

The School of Education invites you to a Public Lecture on Social Justice Leadership: Evidence from practice delivered by Professor Paul Miller. This lecture will be held virtually on Thursday, April 13 from 1 - 2 p.m.

At a minimum, social justice is about fairness. Social Justice Leadership, therefore, is concerned with leaders delivering and insisting upon fairness to all members of their school community through systems, policies and processes.  The end result of this will likely be a greater sense of belonging and engagement among members. This seminar will present evidence of school leaders in multiple settings doing social justice work. Miller et al (2019) Triple Activism model is used to examine and make sense of the actions of school leaders.  

About the Speaker

Paul Miller, PhD, is a Professor of Educational Leadership & Social Justice and Director of the Institute for Educational & Social Equity (IESE). He is a former president of the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration & Management (CCEAM) – a position he held for 4 years.  As CCEAM president, he authored the Commonwealth School Leaders Competency Framework and co-edited the Commonwealth Educational Leadership Handbook. He has also served on the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM), where he led the sub-committee that developed the CARICOM Teaching Standards. A Jamaican by birth, socialisation and education, he is the first Black Professor of Educational Leadership in the UK. He is the editor of the journal Power and Education and founding editor of Equity in Education & Society.


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Open to: | General Public |