Videos de conferencias del CGHE annual conference
Mayo 18, 2021
The sixth edition of the CGHE annual conference took place online as a virtual conference on 11-12 May 2021. 

Over 500 attendees joined us for two days of keynotes, sessions and breakout rooms. You can now watch every main session from the conference below. You can read the full abstracts for each session here.

Day One
Opening remarks and Remaking higher education
Chair: Simon Marginson
Speakers: Paul Ashwin, David Mills, Rachel Brooks, Maia Chankseliani, Golo Henseke, Janja Komljenovic, Diana Laurillard, Tristan McCowan
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KEYNOTE – 2021 Burton R. Clark Lecture

Tertiary education systems and diversification: Adapting the wisdom of Burton Clark in promoting effective and inclusive reforms around the world
Chair: Ellen Hazelkorn
Speaker: Roberta Malee Bassett, Global Lead for Tertiary Education and Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank

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KEYNOTE – Fair access to English universities in the 21st century: a story in five parts

Chair: Alis Oancea
Speaker: Chris Millward, Director for Fair Access and Participation, Office for Students

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Can we remake higher education to address socio-economic, ethnic and gender inequality?
Chair: Jürgen Enders
Speakers: Ellen Hazelkorn, Aniko Horvath, Stephen Hunt, Diana Laurillard, Michael Shattock
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Re-envisioning Research on Research for Higher Education
Chair: Janja Komljenovic
Speakers: Alis Oancea, Gemma Derrick, James Robson, Xin Xu
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Too many graduates? – Perpetuating or challenging inequalities
Chair: James Robson
Speakers: Paul Ashwin, Claire Callender, Golo Henseke
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Day Two
Supranational spaces and the remaking of Higher Education
Chair: Xin Xu
Speakers: Maia Chankseliani, Rachel Brooks, David Mills, Lee Rensimer, Natia Sopromadze, Natasha Robinson
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KEYNOTE – Globalisation: The good, the bad and the ugly
Chair: David Mills
Speaker: Simon Marginson
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“There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in”: higher education and mental health
Chair: Ka Ho Mok
Speakers: Padmore Adusei Amoah, Jason Arday, Gemma Lewis
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How can higher education outcomes build a more equal world?
Chair: Claire Callender
Speakers: Vincent Carpentier, Ka Ho Mok, Lili Yang
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From the conference – contributions from participants on Remaking higher education for a more equal world, followed by conference close
Chair: Paul Ashwin
Speakers: Conference participants

Closing remarks: Simon Marginson

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