Dissemination Events

The Paired Peers project hosts annual dissemination events  in which current findings are presented. The events also feature guest speakers and an extremely popular student panel where participants appear and answer questions from the audience. The dissemination events are targeted at a wide audience ranging from policy makers, teachers, industry workers, schools, colleges, universities, students, parents and more. Members of the public are also invited to attend the events.

Dissemination Event Year Three: 'The Role of Universities in Social Mobility'

The final paired peers dissemination event was held on 3rd July 2013 at Universities UK headquarters in Woburn House, Tavistock Square. Below is a copy of the programme for the day and some slides and audio files

Programme

Papers

Audio Files

  • Prof Sir Eric Thomas Opening the day
  • Panel Discussion on: 'The role of universities in social mobility' (Steve West, Melissa Benn, Aaron Porter, Danny Dorling, Les Ebdon and Eric Thomas)
  • Prof Miriam David: 'Gender equality and widening participation in HE: Changing the rules of the numbers game'
  • Prof Phil Brown 'Education and the prospects for social mobility'
  • Prof Harriet Bradley (Concluding remarks)

Dissemination Event Year Two:

The second Paired Peers dissemination event was held on 29th May 2012 also at Burwalls in Bristol, below is a copy of the programme for the day, various papers presented and other documents from the day including an audio file and notes from the breakout sessions.

Programme

Papers

Audio Files

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Break out session documents

Dissemination Event Year One:

The first Paired Peers dissemination event was held on 1st July 2011 at Burwalls in Bristol, below is a copy of the programme for the day, the various papers presented and an audio file of the discussion following one of the papers.

Programme

Papers

Audio Files

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