Accord thanks Jonathan Bartley

September 16, 2016
Alice Robinson – the National President of the Association of Teachers and Lectures and Lisa Nandy MP, with Jonathan Bartley of the Christian Think Tank Ekklesia and Accord Coalition Steering Group

Jonathan Bartley before addressing an Accord fringe at the 2012 Labour Party Conference, with past President of the Association of Teachers and Lectures, Alice Robinson (left), and Lisa Nandy MP (centre).

The Accord Coalition has offered its thanks and appreciation to one of its co-founders, Jonathan Bartley, who has stepped down from the organisation’s governing Steering Group, after eight years of service.

Jonathan and the religious think tank he co-Directed, Ekklesia, helped set up Accord in 2008. Jonathan retires from the Steering Group following the announcement at this month’s annual Conference of the Green Party of England and Wales that he and Caroline Lucas MP were elected as joint Leaders of their Party. They received 86% of first preference votes.

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Jonathan Bartley, with a group of Accord supporters at a 2014 meeting  with the Number 10 Policy Unit.


Chair of the Accord Coalition for Inclusive Education, Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain, said ‘We offer our thanks to Jonathan for his passion and energy for inclusive education, and the support and guidance he has given to Accord over many years. We look forward to continuing to work with Ekklesia, and we wish him well in his new role.’

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