Events

January 27, 1995

CAFAS: The Council for Academic Freedom and Standards will hold a meeting tomorrow, Saturday, January 28 in room MB307 at Birkbeck College, Malet Street, WC1 (nearest tube: Goodge Street). The meeting starts at 1.30pm.

WORK-BASED LEARNING: The National Centre for Work Based Learning Partnerships at Middlesex University is calling for papers in any of the following areas: flexible learning for a workforce beyond 2000; how can organisations set about forming and sustaining work-based learning partnerships (costs and benefits); implications of work-based learning policy for professional associations, trade unions and training consultants; multiple accreditation of work-based learning, how does this address the academic/vocational training divide; career professionals and their continuing professional development; the significance of work based-learning within the context of European professional qualifications. A conference has been arranged for May 23. The provisional venue is: Confederation of British Industry, New Oxford Street, London WC1. Details: Conference Organiser, NACWBL Partnerships, Middlesex University, White Hart Lane, London N17 8HR. Tel, 0181 362 6086.

COLLEGE LIBRARIANS: A national conference for further education and sixth-form college librarians "Key Issues for College Librarians -- Developing Provision and Measuring Success" will take place on February 7 at the Britannia International Hotel, London. Details: Lyn Rossiter, Conference Coordinator, Network Training, Hillbrick House, Middle Street, Taunton, TA1 1SH. Tel, 9823 353354; fax 352202).

ETHNICITY AND NATIONALISM: The end of the Cold War and collapse of communism has led to the revival of nationalism in the former Soviet Union and central and eastern Europe. This conference seeks to explore how nationalism continues to shape and reshape the process of nation building and the configuration of states and political movements in the New Europe. A two-day conference will be held at the University of Central Lancashire, September 12-14 and papers on the economic, societal, political and historical aspects are sought, particularly on: origins of modern nationalism; nation building; minority conflict; significance of national ideology, trends in national ideology and national political parties. Please send an abstract before March 31 (for a paper of 750-1000 words) to: Dr C. Williams or Dr T. Sfikas, University of Central Lancashire, Department of European Studies, Harris Building, Corporation Street, Preston, PR1 2HE. (Tel, 01772 8983920/fax 892919).

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