CCEAM held a collaborative and integrated conference in conjunction with BELMAS in Liverpool, England.
Format: Both face-to-face and virtual
CCEAM Executive/board meeting: July 7, 2022
School visits: July 7, 2022 (depending on covid-19 status)
Conference: July 8 – 10, 2022
Fees: Fees include fees for accommodation and meals. The hotel registration is taken care of by the conference organizing committee. Registration dates will be available soon.
- Why go to Liverpool?
- Beatles tours
- Mersey River Cruise
- Underground tunnels
- International slavery museum
- Much more!
Conference: Friday 8th – Sunday 10th July 2022 The Hilton, Liverpool, UK
“Leadership for Global Citizenship”
This year, our Annual Conference will be a blended programme with both BELMAS and the Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management (CCEAM). Delegates attending will enjoy a comprehensive choice of papers from authors presented in a variety of formats together with opportunities for informal engagement with others bringing a diverse range of experience from researchers and senior educational leaders . Other programme features will include the opportunity to meet the editors of our flagship journals ‘Educational Management Administration and Leadership’ (EMAL) and ‘Management in Education’ (MiE), engaging discussions with leading figures in the educational leadership field in an informal setting and opportunities for networking which are the hallmark of BELMAS conferences.
Delegates will enjoy a high standard of comfort in accommodation, good food and complimentary refreshments throughout each day and a gala dinner on Saturday 9th July.
Those unable to attend will be able to access some of the programme highlights through our virtual platform.
The conference theme is “Leadership for Global Citizenship” and this year’s keynotes will be Professor Tony Bush and Dr Mere Berryman.
Professor Tony Bush
Professor Bush is BELMAS President and Editor-in-Chief of EMAL and his address marks the 50thanniversary of EMAL.
Dr Mere Berryman
Dr Merryman is a New Zealand kaupapa Maori academic and, in 2016, was appointed an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to Maori and education.
Finally, the conference takes place in one of the UK’s most iconic settings – the city of Liverpool. The Hilton is perfectly situated with views across the Mersey and is close to the cultural jewels of Liverpool, including Tate Liverpool, International Slavery Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum and The Beatles Story.
Call for Abstracts – Hurry! Proposals are due by Feb. 20
The Call for Abstracts is now open! This is also the Call for Abstracts from CCEAM members. Click here for more information. Participants will be notified of acceptance by Mid March 2022.
We look forward to welcoming you to our conference!
Information about sites, costs, and more will be available soon.