Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Craven to speak at Catholic law and education conference

Vice-Chancellor Professor Greg Craven will join leading international scholars in Catholic education and the law at the ‘Freedom, Autonomy and Responsibility Conference’ at ACU's North Sydney Campus this month.

The theme of the three-day conference is ‘Finding the balance in Catholic education and the law in a global context’.

The conference is being hosted by ACU in close collaboration with the Holy See’s Congregation for Catholic Education and in partnership with the Kellogg Institute for International Studies and the Institute for Educational Initiatives, University of Notre Dame (USA); and the European Association for Education Law and Policy.

ACU is collaborating with our global Catholic partners with a view to forging new opportunities for networking into the future, so that our shared challenges can be successfully met and overcome.

This collaborative enterprise seeks to create a forum for legal and educational experts to cast light on the changing situation for Catholic education in legal contexts around the world and forge new paths through real and emerging challenges.

International speakers include Fr Friedrich Bechina FSO - Undersecretary, Congregation for Catholic Education, Professor Paolo G. Carozza - Professor of Law and Concurrent Professor of Political Science, University of Notre Dame (USA), and Professor Jan De Groof – President of the Global Education Law Forum and the European Education Law & Policy Association and Professor at Europacollege (Bruges) and Tilburg University.

For more information and to register visit the ACU website.

22–24 May 2019

The Peter Cosgrove Centre
North Sydney Campus
ACU


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