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CFCI Seminar Series - EU – Vietnam Free Trade and Investment Agreements - A critical analysis of the Investment Tribunal System (ITS)
The panel will discuss how the curse of plastic pollution is being tackled using circular economy principles.
Power to Change: Energy in the Displaced Context 12 Nov 2020
This digital exhibition documents the impact of the HEED project on refugees in Rwanda and internally displaced people in Nepal to give insight into the relationship between energy poverty and technologies in the displaced context.
We would like to invite you to the online workshop event for the START IN project.
CFCI Seminar Series - Corruption in the Oil and Gas Sector in Sub-Saharan Africa
This project examines how fine sediment is driving macroinvertebrate responses in order to help improve biomonitoring, i.e. the practice of using biological communities to track environmental change.
The conference aims to offer a platform for exchanging experiences and learning from researchers and practitioners in the humanitarian energy sector as we share and debate HEED's findings on designs and community co-design processes for sustainable energy interventions.
Reconstructing education through a global lens 02 Nov 2020
A showcase of work from the Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment.
CFCI Seminar Series - Blowing the Whistle on the Punishment of Whistleblowers: A New Opportunity for the European Court of Human Rights to Uphold Freedom of Expression?
Food waste resulting from households continues to be an abhorrent problem. Researchers have called for greater attention on how food behaviours are situated in the prevailing organisation of everyday life to give explanation to why food comes to be wasted.
Professor Daniel Burgos (Visiting Professor, GLEA) will be delivering an online seminar on the use of learning analytics to support online educational settings (for teachers, learners and academic managers).
CFCI Seminar Series: Incentives and Whitelist in the Area of Anticorruption
Bamboo: the mean green carbon fixing machine 24 Sep 2020
David Trujillo (MSc PhD CEng) has been researching, teaching and promoting bio-based materials (timber, bamboo) for over 20 years.
As part of our C-DaRE invites… online series we are delighted to invite you to join this participatory event with Rae Johnson on the topic of Embodied Activism. It will take place on Zoom, a lovely way to end the day!
CPC Missed Connections: A Long-distance Conversation about ViRAL (Virtual Reality Archive Learning) 21 Jul 2020
Join CPC for an online virtual conversation between CPC Co-director Dr Jacqueline Cawston and Philipp Wittwer from Dornbirn City Archive, one of our project partners on the Erasmus+ funded project ViRAL (Virtual Reality Archive Learning).
The transition to capitalism in the Scottish Uplands and what it means for the agroecology and food sovereignty movements.
This short course consists of 10 hours of on-line teaching, organized over 5 weeks (2 hours per week), and 5 hours of off-line study (15 hours total for the course).
Visual Ethics, Networked Selves 29 Jun 2020
Lecture about Visual Ethics, Networked Selves
ACES Launch Webinar: Towards a Community-Centred Educational Model for Developing Social Resilience through Play 24 Jun 2020
In this webinar, we will introduce the ACES project that is funded by the UKRI-ESRC under the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).
CAWR Research Event on Agroecological Resilience