About the conference
May 13, 2023, LMU Munich (Germany)
This conference is the final conference of the Erasmus+ project “All Inc! Building LGBT+ friendly schools across Europe”. It seeks to promote inclusive education across Europe, with a special focus on the LGBT+ community. We invite education researchers, in-service and pre-service teachers of all subject areas, and members of other educational institutions to join the conference and/or to submit original research as well as best-practice teaching examples focusing to impart knowledge on LGBT+, and to reduce prejudices and discrimination against LGBT+.
The conference is organised by the chair of Biology Education (Faculty of Biology) at the LMU Munich.
Call For Papers
We invite education researchers, in-service and pre-service teachers, and members of other educational institutions to submit their research as well as best-practice teaching examples focusing to impart knowledge on LGBT+, and to reduce prejudices and discrimination against LGBT+.
We welcome contributions for presentations, posters, and workshops.
The submission is possible only online via Home – All Inc! Conference München 2023 (converia.de) from December 1, 2022 up to April 10, 2023.
Call for papers in PDF format : download
Presentations should include research and provide the objective(s), research questions, methodology, and a summary of the key findings and conclusions (duration 20 minutes + 20 minutes Q&A).
Posters should provide the objective, the research questions and the (planned) research design. They will be presented during the conference in a poster hallway, whereby the authors give an overview over their project and answer questions. Pre-service teachers are invited explicitly to present their bachelor/master theses. Posters have to be printed on DIN A0, and brought along to the conference by the presenters themselves.
Workshops should provide teaching methods and materials. They should include an overview over the learning objectives and the age group, followed by a “hands on” phase, whereby the authors enable participants to use and experience the methods and materials (duration 60 minutes + 30 minutes discussion).
You can download the final conference programme here.
May 13, 2023 – 10:00-11:00
It’s Our Time:
LGBTQIA+ Rights in Global Education
Global LGBTQIA+ rights have expanded considerably in many developed countries throughout the 21st century, providing access to historically restricted opportunities for advancement for LGBTQ community members and allies. However, the rise of right-wing populist ideologies threaten the sustainability of recently established gains from marriage equality to non employment discrimination. Moreover, in the realm of education, despite gains in rights access, curriculum on LGBTQ history and culture is yet largely excluded from most state-sponsored public education, even in many so-called liberal enclaves. This paradox of rights access and limited education creates a perfect storm that serves to further limit the contributions of LGBTQ persons to civic life across the globe.
In this presentation, I discuss the contemporary success and challenges facing LGBTQIA communities with examples from around the world in developing and developed nations.
Dr. Ravi Perry
May 13, 2023 – 14:30-15:30
The comedy eduGAYtion program
After the germanwide success of HOMOLOGY, the comedy school program, an international version of the show in English is now available. With his stage character „Malte Anders“, theatre educator Timo Schweitzer offers students a humorous insight into the topic of homosexuality and the normality of being different. Malte Anders gets to the bottom of old prejudices and reaches the students at eye level by sharing his own world and the experiences of others. Among lots of other things, he makes it clear that in over 65 countries around the world it is already a crime to identify only as LGBTIQ*.
Malte’s multimedia and interactive show allows for different perspectives that show the importance of mutual respect and that it is everyone’s responsibility to stand up for the rights of others, especially the LGBTIQ* community.
Registration & fees
Registration is possible from December 1, 2022 up to May 6, 2023 via Home – All Inc! Conference München 2023 (converia.de). The registration fee will be 50 Euros, and includes entry for the conference, conference package, lunch and coffee breaks. The conference dinner is optional and needs to be booked separately.
The conference dinner will take place on Saturday evening after the conference at the Augustiner Stammhaus in Munich. The dinner can be booked within the registration process for the conference, and will be EUR 60 (3-course menu including four beverages; menu options are specified in the registration process).
Travel & Stay
The city of Munich is located in the heart of Bavaria, and can be arrived by train (Munich Main Station: München Hauptbahnhof), by plane (Munich Airport), or by car.
The venue of the conference is the main building of the LMU Munich, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 München.
Metro lines U3 and U6 (Stop: Universität)
Please note that participants need to make their own hotel reservations.
Sightseeing in Munich: The official website of the City of Munich (muenchen.de)
Contact & Organiser
Franziska Behling (LMU Munich) Franziska Behling – Didaktik der Biologie – LMU München