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Illegal cutting of rosewood (Pterocarpus erinaceus) in Casamance, Senegal, and its trafficking into The Gambia for export have attracted considerable attention in recent years. The seminar discusses recent dynamics and their historical, political and biogeographical contexts.
In this CTPSR Webinar Dr Festus Kofi Aubyn will explore issues of violent extremism in “Understanding the Drivers and Dynamics of Violent Extremism in West Africa Coastal States”.
This playtesting will help the research team understand the effectiveness of the technology they use and the game they have developed
This paper analyses how local authorities address the challenges of prolonged austerity by making use of collaborative innovation, financed through bidding for instrumental technology-based projects.
Exploring Interpersonal Language in MOOC Lectures: A Comparison of High- and Low-Rated Courses
Please join the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience for a one-day event at Ryton Organic Gardens to learn about the Centre’s research and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Ryton Organic Gardens.
This event by CTPSR is a practical way of managing group discussion on complex or divisive issues.
Join us at the launch event for the Strictly Inclusive Policy Brief where you will be able to hear about the project and what we have learned from talking to industry experts.
This seminar will briefly outline some of these ideas before exploring the links between gardening and creative practices, not to mention the potential obstacles still facing the otherwise growing interest in the intersection between education, art and design, and gardens.
This event by CFCI will discuss how market manipulation affects trading activity and corporate policies. It also explores the consequences of market manipulation for firms’ ESG policies.
OFF SCREEN: Musicking archive film and reinterpreting collective memory in Coventry is a project designed to animate and interpret the mute television news collection from the Media Archive for Central England (MACE)
This event by the Centre for Business in Society will discuss the nascent relationship between sport and blockchain companies.
This event by the Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity will discuss scams on the bitcoin blockchain, who is scammed and how exchanges facilitate such activity.
PhD in Global Education: Webinar Open Sessions
Part-time MA by Research in Global Education: Webinar Open Sessions
The Virtual Open Days for the Agroecology, Water and Food Sovereignty MSc will give prospective students a chance to learn both about the course, and the work of the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience in which it is delivered.
We are excited to present two days of work from our postgraduate researchers at the Institute for Creative Cultures.
This event by the Centre for Business in Society will discuss public views of the NHS COVID-19 app, and what can be learned for future algorithmic behaviour modification technologies.
The 4th Future of Food Symposium focuses on the food insecure position of households across the UK and the organisations supporting them.
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