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Event information for the Disability Sport Conference 2016, taking place June 27th to 29th 2016.
The aim of this joint Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) and ESRC event is to help raise industry awareness about what matters to jewellery consumers with regards to the social, economic and environmental impacts of their purchases, and to help firms, trade associations and policy makers embed responsibility in their practices, in ways that matter to consumers and society at large.
The aim of this joint Centre for Business in Society (CBiS) and ESRC event is to promote the role of social science research in solving the food waste problem and help businesses address their food wastage.
A celebration of the InVisible Difference research project | Centre for Dance Research, Coventry University