On Saturday, Amal Azzudin - one of the ‘Glasgow Girls’ and a human rights campaigner - and her former school teacher Euan Girvan shared their experiences of challenging those in power around the treatment of asylum seekers.
Claire Dunphy, a primary school teacher in Scotland, then shared how she uses this story in the citizenship classroom.
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The second day opened with a keynote by Dan Firth, the Labour Party’s Director of Community Organising, about the need to invigorate more young people to take up political action.
Dan talked about community organising and his experience of organising over the last decade, and why he thinks it should be central to transforming schools, communities and the world.
Listen to Dan Firth