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Compassion in Education with Kathryn Waddington

The Real Agenda Network

Release Date: 05/12/2021

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Can education be compassionate? Kathryn Waddington, reader in psychology at the University of Westminster, joins us to discuss her new book - Towards the Compassionate University - which examines what a compassionate university looks like and how we can bring more compassion into education. This podcast series is produced by Compassion in Politics, working to bring more compassion into public life and distributed by The Real Agenda Network www.compassioninpolitics.com www.realagenda.org

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Can education be compassionate? Kathryn Waddington, reader in psychology at the University of Westminster, joins us to discuss her new book - Towards the Compassionate University - which examines what a compassionate university looks like and how we can bring more compassion into education. This podcast series is produced by Compassion in Politics, working to bring more compassion into public life and distributed by The Real Agenda Network www.compassioninpolitics.com www.realagenda.org