AEME 2023 
Hosted by University of Gloucestershire

Creating Inclusive Events: Participation, Pedagogy and Practice

The Association for Events Management Education (AEME) is delighted to announce that the 19th Annual Forum will be hosted by the University of Gloucestershire from the 5th to 7th July 2023. The forum will focus on the theme of creating inclusive events via participation, pedagogy and practice.


Highlighting the relevance and importance of this topic to Events Management Education, Dr Dom Page, Head of Gloucestershire Business School commented:


We are delighted to be hosting the AEME Forum and welcoming colleagues to Gloucestershire Business School in 2023. From decolonising the curriculum to evolving expectations of the graduate skillset, widening Higher Education participation to new methods of event engagement, the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion agenda is impacting the breadth of the events industry and influencing Events Management education. This year’s AEME Forum will bring together academics, students and industry professionals and create space to share experiences and explore innovative approaches.


The AEME Forum offers a unique opportunity to events academics to meet, share best practice and discuss the issues that are affecting our subject area. Adrian Bossey, Chair of AEME welcomes you to join us:


The Association for Events Management Education (AEME) Forum is a centrepiece of our work to advance events education within the UK and overseas. We really hope that you can join us next July (2023), in Gloucester, to enjoy networking, lively debate, thought provoking presentations and excellent keynotes. 


Further details and a Call for Papers will follow shortly. We very much hope that our members will be able to join us for what will no doubt be a thought provoking and enjoyable event.