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The Global Development Institute Lecture Series brings together scholars involved in cutting edge research on international development.
ABOUT THE TALK Talk with the title 'From recipients to donors? Southern European countries and international aid (1945-1990)', followed by Q&A and discussion. In recent years, international humanitarianism has increasingly attracted the interest of historians. A great deal of research has mainly examined the experience of donor countries in..
Supported by the SEED Impact Fund, Migrants: Joy, Rest & Celebration is a short film by Sheril A. Bustaman with Dr Nadiah Ahmad in collaboration with MIDEQ partners at the University of Manchester Dr Tanja Bastia and Matthew Walsham, looking at the activities of Nepali migrant workers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia during Hari Raya Aidilfitri (know..
To save a few airmiles and prevent feelings of flightshame related to COP28 being hosted in UAE this year, Sustainable Futures with support from Tyndall Manchester, Henry Royce Institute and Creative Manchester is hosting an all-day event showcasing the work of Early Career Researchers that intersect with topics that will be inevitably discuss..
Pankhurst Seminar Series: Digital Health Inequities Edition - Developing a digitally inclusive falls prevention program (KOKU) for older adults- 13th Dec
Our next seminar in the Digital Health Inequities seminar series is on 13th December, 1-2pm via Zoom (https://zoom.us/j/91013749944). Prof Emma Stanmore & her team from the University of Manchester will talk about “Developing a digitally inclusive falls prevention program (KOKU) for older adults’ from culturally diverse and underserved com..
Why the Albatross Lectures? Check back soon to find out why we chose the Albatross to champion this lecture. The Albatross Lecture 2024 Join us on 30th January 2024 to hear a keynote presentation from Professor Mark Miodownik, University College London. For more than twenty years Prof. Miodownik has championed materials science research that..
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