Events in 2012: the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor centenary legacy

2012 DiaryHere is the definitive list of SCT events for 2012!  We have established an Events calendar (or diary) as a special page on this website, on which we intend to list every event we know about, whether in the UK or elsewhere.  You may like to take a look here.

2012 marks one hundred years from when Samuel Coleridge-Taylor died, still a young man, on 1 September 1912.  This is, we therefore anticipate, the year in which many people in many different places will seek to acknowledge the unique imprint of Coleridge-Taylor’s life and works on British society and well beyond.

Please do send us details of your events – or of any other events of which you are aware – and we will ensure that these are listed on our Page, entirely without obligation and free of charge.

To assist everyone in notifying us of SCT events, we have created a ‘report form‘. Please just click on this link to send us your information, and we will do these rest.

We look forward to hearing from you about all the SCT activities you have planned. Thank you.

About Hilary Burrage Adjunct Professor, Buehler Center for Health Policy and Economics, Feinberg School of Medicine Northwestern University, Chicago Global Woman P.E.A.C.E.Foundation #EndFGM Awardee 2016 for authoring two books: * ERADICATING FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION (Routledge, 2015) Detailed text/handbook which covers all aspects of FGM eradication, drawing on material from around the globe. * FEMALE MUTILATION (New Holland, 2016) First hand accounts by 70 #EndFGM survivors and activists in 24 countries across 5 continents Plus contributed chapters on FGM to two other books: In the Name of Tradition (Kameel Ahmady, UnCut/Voices Press, 2016) and the International Handbook of Women's Sexual and Reproductive Health (Routledge, October 2019).
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