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Elia Apostolopoulou

Reviewing 15 years of research on neoliberal conservation

13 October 2021

Elia Apostolopoulou, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge and Dimitris Bormpoudakis, School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent joined us on 13 October 2021.

Professor Raphael Kaplinsky

Book Launch - Professor Raphael Kaplinsky, Sustainable Futures: An Agenda for Action

8 July 2021

Professor Raphael Kaplinsky joined us to launch his brand new book, Sustainable Futures: An Agenda for Action

Anna De Liddo

From Passive Viewing to Active Listening: Collective Intelligence technologies for Peace Building Education in Rwanda

19 May 2021

Dr Anna De Liddo presented 'From Passive Viewing to Active Listening: Collective Intelligence technologies for Peace Building Education in Rwanda'.

Professor Funmi Olonisakin

African Agency in Development, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution

14 April 2021

Professor Funmi Olonisakin, Dr Moses Tofa and Dr David Mwambari from the African Leadership Centre, Kings’ College, London joined us on 14 April 2021.

Jamie Woodcock

'Digital Workerism: tracing global workers’ struggles against platforms'

24 March 2021

Dr Jamie Woodcock joined us on 24 March to present 'Digital Workerism: tracing global workers’ struggles against platforms'

Image of Dr Rory Horner smiling

Between globalisation and nationalism: India and the search for COVID-19 treatments and vaccines

27 January 2021

Dr Rory Horner joined us to present: 'Between globalisation and nationalism: India and the search for COVID-19 treatments and vaccines'.

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'Econexit. Do we like economics so much that soon we will have two?'

20 January 2021

Carlo D'Ippoliti, Associate Professor of Economics at Sapienza University of Rome, joined us to present: "Econexit. Do we like economics so much that soon we will have two?"

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'Migrant workers into contract farmers: processes of labour mobilization in colonial and contemporary Mozambique'.

14 December 2020

Dr Helena Pérez Niño presented 'Migrant workers into contract farmers: processes of labour mobilization in colonial and contemporary Mozambique'

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The other road to serfdom: 'shock therapy' and the rise of the rentier capitalism in Central Asia

25 November 2020

Dr Balihar Sanghera, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Kent, presented 'The other road to serfdom: 'shock therapy' and the rise of the rentier capitalism in Central Asia'

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Twice migrated Gujarati women: financialization and pensions

28 October 2020

Dr Neeta Shah from the University of Westminster presented ‘Twice migrated Gujarati women: financialization and pensions'

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