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Coventry University's research Dr Jeane Gerard has received the coveted Richard Block Award for her PhD thesis.
Ten years on from devastating events of 7/7, the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations at Coventry University take a look at where we are now. A decade in reflection.
From ethical hackers to the Dark Net: cyber security today.
The recent ESRC keywords ‘ethics’ seminar has published a report detailing the findings of the session.
The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR) convened a two-day workshop in Jakarta (Sep. 9-10) entitled ‘Building partnerships for Indonesian maritime security’, with a diverse range of high profile participants.
As tough as steel and sturdier than concrete, bamboo is set to be the focus of $200,000 research project co-led by academics at Coventry University's CBNE.
A welcome to the Centre for Mobility & Transport from Executive Director Professor Andrew Parkes.
CTEHR are delighted to announce that Dr. Geraldine Brady has been awarded a readership in Sociology of Childhood and Youth.
Urban universities are a huge asset for their home cities. They are catalysts for social mobility, investors in infrastructure and providers of extensive employment opportunities.
Three members of staff and one postgraduate student from the Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR) presented papers at the first international conference on ‘Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding in Palestine’ between 1-2 June 2014.
The British Jewellers’ Association (BJA) has officially launched the new Jewellers’ Social Responsibility Framework to its members in November 2014.
Learning Gains: A study of the use of the standardised test CLA+ for undergraduates in four institutions
IFS - The Intervention Toolkit
REcovery the CRisis through Entrepreneurial ATtitudE - RECREATE - aims to foster:
Furthermore, RECREATE aims to stimulate the acquisition of key competences, such as creativity and digital skills through innovative learning environments such as, open educational resources and flexible learning approaches.
Workshop in response to the Mexican Government’s belief to tackle the economic and social development challenges that the country faces requiring innovative and financially sustainable initiatives which intentionally look to solve social or environmental problems.
Unlocking the potential of the Creative Economy involves promoting the overall creativity of societies, affirming the distinctive identity of the places where it flourishes and clusters, improving the quality of life where it exists, enhancing local image and prestige and strengthening the resources for imagining diverse new futures.