Children and Young People Speaking Up and Speaking Out Online Conference.

Change the Record: Exploring alternative Histories and Heritage with children & young people.

If you missed the Children's History Society's biennial conference this year at Manchester Metropolitan University you can watch Manchester Histories Community Engagement session again here.

We talked about our fantastic Peterloo and Radical Read learning resources, and explored ways Radical or Contested Histories can be presented in the classroom and other youth settings.

People's History Museum and the Politics Project also shared their experiences of developing learning resources and approaches to teaching radical or contested history in schools and youth settings. 

Also, find out about the More in Common: in memory of Jo Cox exhibition at People's History Museum.

The event was supported by the Heritage Schools Programme, Historic England. It was part of an online biennial conference of the Children’s History Society and Manchester Metropolitan University, Children and Young People Speaking Up and Speaking Out Conference.


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