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Combatting forced labour and in-work poverty - lessons from Brazil and India
Fracking causes earthquakes by design: can regulation keep up?
Miles Wilson, PhD Candidate, Gillian Foulger and Jon Gluyas (all Department of Earth Sciences) and Richard Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Engagement and Internationalisation, Newcastle University explain that fracking is intended to bring about the very process which results in earthquakes.
#Revolution: how the humble hashtag changed world politics
Professor Peter H. Hansen, (Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
This presentation examines the integral role that commercialization has played throughout the history of Chomolungma/Everest to highlight distinctive features in these more recent debates.
This lecture is free and open to all
In this shocking contemporary drama, two school children narrate their experiences of the 2004, Beslan school siege. Through a blend of naturalistic dialogue and devised movement, this play explores how children react to such traumatic events, and process the many anxieties that pervade society.
Come witness this compelling narrative at 8pm on the 23rd, 24th and 25th of November in Hild Bede Chapel.