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CSE 2018 AGM and conference. Free event with a great line up of speakers. All are welcome!
Landscape Citizenships Conference: Grounded in the discourses of ecological, watershed, and bioregional citizenships.
Explore developments in Integrative Medicine (IM) from forward-thinking countries that are spearheading the change in cancer treatment, as well as sharing exciting developments which are taking place in the UK.
Human Rights are at risk in Bangladesh, especially, the those of the LGBT+ and the secular communities. Let’s raise raise our voice and defend their rights. In this day of talks, Maryam Namazie, Gita Sahgal, Sadia Hameed and others will speak on behalf of these communities.
This event presents findings from the ‘Girls, Leadership, and Women in the Public Eye’ project. It is aimed at those engaged in work with and for girls – in education, in youth work, in advocacy and activism, and in media commissioning/production – and may also be of interest to fellow scholars.
DigitalXChange ProductTalk is coming to London for the first time and we don’t come alone. Johann Jenson is joining us to talk about what your product team needs to “pass” the digital transformation challenge. Martin Fallon will talk about how a North Star helps product managers develop better products.
The decline in ‘university age’ entrants and persistent hangover from removing student caps in 2015 have created more competition than ever for universities to attract the best and brightest students. Moreover, the resources available in today’s digital landscape have shifted purchasing decisions towards the student, causing their behaviour to be more fragmented, disconnected and difficult to track. So, how should universities respond?
The conference will examine personal experiences of what roles religion plays in gaining and maintaining wellness / well-being of believers and those with faiths. The session will also look into what roles religion played in wellness / well-being of those who have left organised religions and those who no longer have faith.
Come along and find out about apprenticeships, placements, internships, graduate and returnship opportunities from engineering and technology employers.
Conway Hall is Where Ethics Matter. At our inaugural Ethical Gala – a celebration of what our charity does – guest speakers including Catherine Mayer, Martin Rowson, Safia Minney and John Hegley will each talk briefly on an interesting, ethical subject.