Programme

This page provides details of presentations and other programming. For more information about presenters, please visit the Speakers page.


Conference Outline

Tuesday, 20 September 2022Wednesday, 21 September 2022Thursday, 22 September 2022Friday, 23 September 2022

10:00–13:00: Plenary Session 1

13:00–14:30: Lunch Break

14:30–16:00: Plenary Session 2

16:00–16:15: Break

16:15–17:15: Poster Session & Conference Welcome Reception

09:30-11:10: Parallel Presentation Session 1

11:10-11:25: Coffee Break

11:25-12:40: Parallel Presentation Session 2

12:40-13:40: Lunch Break

13:40-15:20: Parallel Presentation Session 3

15:20-15:35: Coffee Break

15:35-17:15: Parallel Presentation Session 4

09:30-11:10: Parallel Presentation Session 1

11:10-11:25: Coffee Break

11:25-12:40: Parallel Presentation Session 2

12:40-13:40: Lunch Break

13:40-15:20: Parallel Presentation Session 3

15:20-15:35: Coffee Break

15:35-17:15: Parallel Presentation Session 4

17:15-17:30: Onsite Conference Closing Session

09:30-11:10: Online Parallel Presentation Session 1

11:10-11:25: Short Break

11:25-12:40: Online Parallel Presentation Session 2

12:40-13:40: Extended Break

13:40-15:20: Online Parallel Presentation Session 3

15:20-15:35: Short Break

15:35-17:15: Online Parallel Presentation Session 4

17:15-17:30: Online Conference Closing Session

The draft version of the Conference Programme will be available online on August 19, 2022. All registered delegates will be notified of this publication by email.

*Please be aware that the above schedule may be subject to change.


Featured Presentations

  • A Conversation with Poet Silvia Cuevas-Morales
    A Conversation with Poet Silvia Cuevas-Morales
    Featured Interview: Silvia Cuevas-Morales & Sue Ballyn
  • Gloria Montero Asks Joseph Haldane to Tell His Story
    Gloria Montero Asks Joseph Haldane to Tell His Story
    Featured Interview: Gloria Montero & Joseph Haldane

Conference Programme

The draft version of the Conference Programme will be available online on August 19, 2022. All registered delegates will be notified of this publication by email.

*Please be aware that the above schedule may be subject to change.


Important Information Emails

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Previous Programming

View details of programming for past BCE conferences via the links below.

A Conversation with Poet Silvia Cuevas-Morales
Featured Interview: Silvia Cuevas-Morales & Sue Ballyn

It would not be an untruth to say that Silvia was born into resistance. In 1975, at the age of thirteen, she and her parents had to flee Pinochet’s Chile to take up residence in Australia. It is true, however, that Silvia has spent all of her adult life in “resistance mode”. She has been an activist on many fronts and outstanding on the feminist front in Spain, an advocate for human rights, social, judicial, and sexual rights. The list is long. If you are looking to find her, search in the trenches of resistance!

Silvia found in poetry the voice through which to express her criticism of a humanity at odds with itself, her indignation at sexual, political and social injustice, her anger at all kinds of abuse, at racism. She voices, in Spanish or in English, what is so often silenced in our society, forcing her reader to travel with her through dark, shadowed streets, and is implacable in her search for a better world.

This conversation will take us through some of Silvia’s work and, most importantly, will allow us to meet the passionate human behind the words.

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Gloria Montero Asks Joseph Haldane to Tell His Story
Featured Interview: Gloria Montero & Joseph Haldane

As a novelist, Gloria Montero is well aware how through our stories, we learn about the world, about each other, and even about ourselves. And remembering how Henry James once said that “everyone has a story if they are able to tell it”, she talks to Dr Joseph Haldane to learn what led a schoolboy growing up in Brighton, England to become a Professor of French Studies in Paris and then on to be the Founder, Chairman and CEO of The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), the Interdisciplinary Think Tank, based in Japan. A Member of the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network for Global Governance, Professor Haldane's research and teaching at institutions world-wide covers history, politics, international affairs and education, as well as governance and decision making.

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