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Academic Development Seminars

Academic Development Seminars Dec 19, 2014 09:00 19-25 December 2014 - Markfield Conference Centre Registration for this event is now closed due to all available places being allocated. Dates and Venues: 19-25 December 2014 - Markfield Conference Centre Ratby Lane, Markfield, Leicestershire. LE67 9SY Academic Development Seminars Academic Writing and Publishing Seminar  by Dr Ozgur Yazaydin ● Self-management and time management [...]

Academic Development Seminars2021-03-02T17:48:48+00:00

A Tribute to Orhan Veli – Hundred Years Later

A Tribute to Orhan Veli - Hundred Years Later May 27, 2014 18:00 King's College London Turkish Society and London Centre for Social Studies are paying a tribute to Orhan Veli with this seminar - Hundred years on... A Tribute to Orhan Veli - Hundred Years Later This event is free and open to [...]

A Tribute to Orhan Veli – Hundred Years Later2021-03-02T17:49:04+00:00

Intergenerational social mobility and family transmission among migrants

Intergenerational social mobility and family transmission among migrants May 09, 2012 17:00 Prof Lucinda Platt Intergenerational social mobility and family transmission among migrants There is much debate about the extent of educational and occupational mobility among families of migrant origin. On the one hand migrants tend to be selected in terms of motivation and [...]

Intergenerational social mobility and family transmission among migrants2021-03-02T17:49:37+00:00

Education and Social Mobility- From ‘Royal Avenue’ to a Mechanism of Stasis?

Education and Social Mobility- From ‘Royal Avenue’ to a Mechanism of Stasis? Mar 21, 2012 16:00 Dr Spyros Themelis Education and Social Mobility- From ‘Royal Avenue’ to a Mechanism of Stasis? In this talk discuss Dr Spyros Themelis discussed the decreasing significance of education as a means of social advancement. While governments have always [...]

Education and Social Mobility- From ‘Royal Avenue’ to a Mechanism of Stasis?2021-03-02T17:50:10+00:00

Documentary Screening: “Söz Bizde – We Have the Voice” – Turkish Youth in London

Documentary Screening: "Söz Bizde - We Have the Voice" - Turkish Youth in London Nov 15, 2011 16:00 Semra Eren-Nijhar Documentary Screening: "Söz Bizde - We Have the Voice" - Turkish Youth in London ‘SÖZ BİZDE’ ( 2010) is a documentary which focuses on how young Turkish people are invisible to the policy and decision makers [...]

Documentary Screening: “Söz Bizde – We Have the Voice” – Turkish Youth in London2021-03-02T17:51:37+00:00

Ethnic Relations in Europe

Ethnic Relations in Europe Oct 05, 2011 16:00 Prof Michael Parker Banton Ethnic Relations in Europe According to one recent study, European countries that have combined multicultural policies with a strong welfare state have been less able to integrate immigrants from outside the continent. Another has been equally blunt: `the US integrates migrants into [...]

Ethnic Relations in Europe2021-03-02T17:52:04+00:00

Making Diversity Work: Perspectives in Multicultural Pedagogy

Making Diversity Work: Perspectives in Multicultural Pedagogy May 31, 2011 21:29 Dr Tozun Issa Making Diversity Work: Perspectives in Multicultural Pedagogy The debate surrounding the so called minority education in the UK has been with us for more than half a century, ever since the first groups of migrant workers’ children began appearing in [...]

Making Diversity Work: Perspectives in Multicultural Pedagogy2021-03-02T17:52:32+00:00

Earthquakes and People: A Stressful Relationship

Earthquakes and People: A Stressful Relationship May 16, 2011 15:00 Dr Suleyman Nalbant Earthquakes and People: A Stressful Relationship In this talk, Dr. Nalbant  convinced that faults and earthquakes work based on their own rules and laws that started to become clear to human recently. In their natural way of working, some communities are [...]

Earthquakes and People: A Stressful Relationship2021-03-02T17:53:23+00:00

International Court of Justice’s Advisory Opinion on Kosovo, Self-determination and Unrecognised Entities

International Court of Justice's Advisory Opinion on Kosovo, Self-determination and Unrecognised Entities May 16, 2011 17:00 Prof Bill Bowring International Court of Justice's Advisory Opinion on Kosovo, Self-determination and Unrecognised Entities This talk focused on the International Court of Justice's (ICJ) Advisory Opinion on Kosovo, self-determination, and unrecognised entities: Abkhaziya, Nagorno Karabakh, Northern Cyprus, South Ossetiya, Transdniestria. [...]

International Court of Justice’s Advisory Opinion on Kosovo, Self-determination and Unrecognised Entities2021-03-02T17:53:03+00:00

Immigration: Is the coalition on the right track or are its policies going to do more harm than good?

Immigration: Is the coalition on the right track or are its policies going to do more harm than good? Apr 12, 2011 18:00 Alp Mehmet MVO Immigration: Is the coalition on the right track or are its policies going to do more harm than good? This presentation from Alp Mehmet, of Migration Watch UK, [...]

Immigration: Is the coalition on the right track or are its policies going to do more harm than good?2021-03-02T17:54:24+00:00
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