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Professor Roger Slee presented a public lecture on Thursday 7th February 2013 entitled ‘The Condition of Collective Indifference’. In this public lecture Prof. Slee commenced with three important reports delivered the year before in Australia.  Each one demonstrated serious failures of schools to achieve the aspirations of inclusive education.  The failures are not surprising when we consider how deeply woven into the social fabric exclusion is.  Dismantling exclusion requires a better analysis of its structure and culture.

Professor Roger Slee is the Inaugural Director of The Victoria Institute for Education, Diversity & Lifelong Learning (The Victoria Institute) at Victoria University. Professor Slee has had a distinguished career as an educational leader and researcher. He has been the Dean of Education at Goldsmiths’ College – University of London (UK), The University of Western Australia and McGill University (Canada). He has also held research chairs at the Institute of Education – University of London, The University of Western Australia, and Victoria University as well as adjunct positions around the world.

Professor Slee was also the Deputy Director General of Education in Education Queensland. In this role Roger’s portfolio included: Strategic Policy, Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy, and Workforce Development. Roger has led major international research and consulting projects and provided advice to governments. He is the author of numerous books and refereed journal papers on inclusive education, education policy and the education of students with disabilities. He was the Founding Editor of the International Journal of Inclusive Education, which is listed on the Social Sciences Citation Index. Formerly he was the editor of The Australian Disability Review for the Commonwealth Government’s Disability Advisory Council of Australia. He has been a keynote speaker at international conferences around the world.
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