We engage with students, researchers, government, policy makers and the public through our talks, seminars, workshops and conferences. Our events are open to students, staff and the general public.
The Global Development Institute Lecture Series brings together scholars involved in cutting edge research on international development.
At this HCRI public event, we'll be joined by Maria Silvanete Lermen and Deybison Silva De Albuquerqe from the State of Pernambuco in Brazil. They are leaders of the two Afro-descendant grassroots associations: Chã da Terra (Maria) and Quilombo do Catucá (Deybison). Our guests will talk about the community-led response to the floods that..
The Careers in Humanitarianism Day is a fantastic opportunity for students and the public to learn more about working in the humanitarian sector, with roles as diverse as landmine clearance, emergency healthcare and academia. Register today and meet organisations and individuals, including HCRI alumni, working as humanitarians. Our openin..
A HCRI public seminar exploring the current risks and potential humanitarian consequences of nuclear war. G?uest speakers: D?r Becky Alexis-Martin, author of 'Disarming Doomsday: The human impact of nuclear weapons since Hiroshima' (https://www.plutobooks.com/9780745339207/disarming-doomsday/) and a Principle Investigator at the University o..
H?CRI's Dr Stephanie Sodero will discuss her new book 'Under the Weather: Reimagining mobility in the climate crisis' T?his is a hybrid event (in-person and online). T?he exact location will be released nearer the time. Please register to confirm your place and receive updates. ABOUT THE BOOK: Humans and human mobility, including driving..
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