Social Justice Conference 23rd – 25th June 2016


Challenging questions about social justice are being raised across all spheres of public life….

What aspirations do we have for social justice?

Do our public policies reflect a set of values which could enable us to achieve a fairer and more equal society?

The University of Worcester and the William Temple Foundation are holding a conference to explore these issues in the contexts of faith, education, health, welfare, public policy, economics, gender and sexuality.  

A full Conference programme is available at the Social Justice Conference website:

Academic speakers from America, Australia, Israel, Canada and the UK will present on all these themes, led by 4 outstanding keynote speakers:


Professor Jon Glasby, Head of the School of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham, will be speaking on…

  • What’s next for health and social care?’

Professor Pat Thane, Research Professor in Contemporary British History, Kings College London on…

  • ‘Social Justice  in an Ageing Society’

Professor Morwenna Griffiths, Chair of Classroom Learning, University of Edinburgh, on…

  • ‘Approaching the heart of the matter – A posthumanist perspective on ethical educational practices’

Professor Philip Goodchild, Professor of Religion and Philosophy in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies, University of Nottingham, on…

  • ‘Debt, Finance and Social Justice’


Delegates who are not sponsored by an organisation are able to book at a personal rate of:

Friday 24th June, including tea/coffees and sandwich lunch – £16.50

Saturday 25th June including tea/coffee and sandwich lunch – £11.00

Full ticket for both days – £27.50

Booking details are on the flyer.

Any queries please email

Social Justice A5 flyer

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