External events calendar

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Dates & Venue Description

03/11/2014
9:30AM - 5.00PM

Univeristy of Ulster
Jordanstown campus
BT37 0QB

Civil Society, Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding

Christian Aid Ireland and the Transitional Justice Institute are co-hosting a one day seminar on 'Civil Society, Conflict Transformation and Peacebulding'.

Organised by Transitional Justice Institute. In collaboration with Christian Aid Ireland.

Elaine McCoubrey
028 90366202
e.mccoubrey@ulster.ac.uk

www.transitionaljustice.ulster.ac.uk/tji_events.html

03/11/2014

University of London, Senate House Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, UK


Dates

3rd - 4th November 2014

International Trade & Academic Research Conference (ITARC) London-UK, 2014

International Trade & Academic Research Conference (ITARC) London-UK, 2014 Co-hosted by the Academy of Business and Retail Management, & Journal of Business and Retail Management Research Venue University of London, Senate House Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU, UK

Organised by Academy of Business and Retail Management.


info@abrmr.com

http://www.abrmr.com/conference_detail.php?id=95

05/11/2014
12 noon

Loughview Suite, Jordanstown camus, Ulster University, Co Antrim, BT37 0QB

Transitional Justice Grassroots Toolkit: User's Guide (2014)

Launch of Transitional Justice Grassroots Toolkit: User's Guide (2014)

Organised by Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University. In collaboration with Bridge of Hope, Ashton Community Trust.

Elaine McCoubrey
028 90366202
e.mccoubrey@ulster.ac.uk

www.transitionaljustice.ulster.ac.uk/tji_events.html

20/11/2014 - 21/11/2014

Coventry University, Priory St, Coventry CV1 5FB

Academic Workshop: Sense of Belonging in a Diverse Britain

‘Sense of belonging’ is a phrase often heard in discussions of the cohesion of our society and, particularly, instances of its breakdown. Following the summer 2011 riots commentators speculated about how rioters could have come to feel so little sense of belonging to their local area that they could loot and torch their local shops and incite such fear in their communities. The same questions are asked in the wake of terrorist attacks in which young British people brought up in Britain have murdered fellow citizens, and the need for belonging is frequently cited as a driver of gang membership.

Organised by Dialogue Society, Birmingham Branch and Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry University.

Mustafa Demir

mdemir@dialoguesociety.org

http://www.dialoguesociety.org/birmingham-forthcoming/980-sense-of-belonging-in-a-diverse-britain.html#.Ux3eYNyVKCY

23/02/2015 - 24/02/2015

Omni Mandalay Hotel in Las Colinas

29th Annual Conference on the Prevention of Child Abuse

The Conference has shown a tremendous increase in attendance over the years with the 2014 having an attendance of over 900 making it one of the largest in the nation. Persons including child protective services workers; social workers; counselors/therapists; school personnel; foster parents; medical, and law enforcement professionals; and individuals will make up the realm of those in attendance.

Organised by Prevent Child Abuse Texas.


listmaster@conference.preventchildabusetexas.org

http://www.preventchildabusetexas.org/

13/07/2015 - 16/07/2015

CFP deadline: 15/12/2014

The Adelphi Hotel Liverpool, Ranelagh Place, Liverpool, L3 5UL United Kingdom

Call for papers

Call for Papers: Trans-Atlantic Dialogues on Cultural Heritage: Heritage, Tourism and Traditions

Trans-Atlantic dialogues on cultural heritage began as early as the voyages of Leif Ericson and Christopher Columbus and continue through the present day. Each side of the Atlantic offers its own geographical and historical specificities expressed and projected through material and immaterial heritage. However, in geopolitical terms and through everyday mobilities, people, objects and ideas flow backward and forward across the ocean, each shaping the heritage of the other, for better or worse, and each shaping the meanings and values that heritage conveys. Please send abstracts of 300 words no later than 15th December 2014 to ironbridge@contacts.bham.ac.uk

Organised by Ironbridge International Institute for Cultural Heritage, University of Birmingham and the Collaborative for Cultural Heritage Management and Policy (CHAMP), University of Illinois .

Lucy Swift

ironbridge@contacts.bham.ac.uk

www.transatlanticdialogues.wordpress.com

BEING HUMAN FESTIVAL | 15–23 NOVEMBER 

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Visit our Being Human festival website to see the over 150 free events the School is leading across the UK.

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MA IN REFUGEE PROTECTION (DISTANCE)

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The Refugee Law Initiative is pioneering a distance learning course on refugee and migration studies to play its part in addressing the problems caused by the escalating global refugee crisis.

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Comparative Law Seminar and Book Launch

20th October 2014

Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

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