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Dr. Lovemore C. Gwiriri is a post-doctoral smallholder livestock systems research scientist at Rothamsted Research involved in agricultural systems socio-economic analysis.
Innovation is widely recognised as a driver of societal change. In this webinar we look to explore what “responsibility” means in the context of humanitarian energy innovation, and if the sector can remain responsible in its innovation.
The Future of Food 2 symposium invites stakeholders across business and society to present, discuss and collaborate in moving forward the sustainable food agenda: eating socially and sourcing sustainably.
Becoming Global Researchers: positionality and insights from education theory and practice 03 Sep 2021
GLEA researchers will be exploring the concept of 'Becoming Global Researchers: positionality and insights from education theory and practice' from their internal and external research community experience.
Meetings on Neurodiversity: Dyspraxia 02 Sep 2021
Enabling Students with Neurodiversity (ENTENDER) project event. Meetings on Neurodiversity: Dyspraxia
Coventry University's HEED will be exploring state-of-the-art concepts of co-creation in the humanitarian energy context through the voices of sector experts.
Disaggregating the Implied Cost of Capital 12 Aug 2021
This event is part of the CFCI seminar series
Coventry University's Centre for Fluid and Complex Systems will be hosting the Conference on Computational Physics 2021, a series of conferences held annually under the auspices of the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP).
Our Future Moves exhibition 17 Jul 2021
Coventry University’s Institute for Future Transport and Cities (IFTC) is working with Coventry City Council and key stakeholders to showcase Coventry and Warwickshire’s world-leading transport innovation and rich heritage in mobility and transport design.
Moving Pain Online 16 Jul 2021
This webinar includes a panel discussion on how dance and somatic practices can be shared through digital technologies for people living with pain.
Humanitarian energy complexities and interactions with national energy policies and international commitments 02 Jul 2021
This session will share findings from a multi-stakeholder analysis of clean energy policies contributing to humanitarian action using two case studies in East Africa and the Middle East.
In this event, Dr Saba Hussain will discuss some of the key insights from her book, Contemporary Muslim Girlhoods in India, published by Routledge, London.
Post event following the AHRC Cities of Culture Network: The Coventry Cultural Policy & Evaluation Summit
The International Panel of Experts on Sustainable Food Systems (IPES-Food) has released a new report in collaboration with the ETC Group: 'A Long Food Movement: Transforming Food Systems by 2045'.
Economic Imagination 25 Jun 2021
The Centre for Postdigital Cultures (CPC) presents a panel discussion for 17, Institute of Critical Studies colloquium on Economic Imagination. Coordinated by Benjamín Mayer Foulkes, the colloquium “honors and gathers the fruits of the two decades of the Institute's life”.
Earthwatch Europe is an environmental NGO with science at its heart. Their sustainable agriculture programme focuses on connecting farmers with soil health and water quality through collaborative citizen science to support changes that benefit farmers and the environment.
Life on the Breadline End of Project Conference 24 Jun 2021
A two day online conference from the Life on the Breadline project team as the culmination of three years of research into Christian responses to UK poverty in the context of austerity.
Coventry and Warwick universities are holding a dynamic event for regional and national leaders, policy makers and funders, cultural workers and academics involved in the planning, delivery and policy-shaping of UK Cities of Culture and other cultural mega-events.
PGR event prior to the AHRC Cities of Culture Network: The Coventry Cultural Policy & Evaluation Summit
Talking Back: Hip Hop Through Research and Practice is grounded in feminist and critical theorist Bell Hook’s idea of “Talking Back”. This three day event will open up a space to learn more about the five pillars of Hip Hop (Knowledge, style writing/graffiti, b-boying/breaking, Djing, Emceeing) and will allow artists and researchers to sit down and discuss their practice and reflect on their research.