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Sunday, June 9 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Singularly pluralistic - is pluralism good for our Jewish community?

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Two of Australia's senior Jewish educators reflect on whether pluralism is good for our Jewish community. This session offers a stimulating mix of real-life examples and audience participation.


Presenters
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Bryan Conyer

Bryan Conyer has worked in Jewish education for many years, with a passion for nurturing pluralism within the Jewish community. Bryan received a PhD from Sydney University, after researching pluralism in Jewish Schools. He now works as the Deputy Principal Jewish Life, Emanuel School, and has a full-time job raising four gorgeous children.
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Jeremy Stowe-Lindner

Jeremy Stowe-Lindner is Bialik College’s Principal, having previously been Principal of the UK's JCoSS (Jewish Community Secondary School). Both schools are cross-communal and non-denominational. A history teacher and MBA graduate, Jeremy is passionate about cross-communal schooling as our community's future template. Jeremy has a tolerant wife and two wonderful children.


Sunday June 9, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Scientia Building Farrell Room

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