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Festival of Sport

This year's College Festival of Sport (FoS) will be run as a virtual event on Sunday 21 June. With mass participation being the main objective of the FoS each year, this year will be no different.

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Palatinate and College Sport Awards

It’s been another great season for Team Durham which will culminate in the first ever online Palatinate and College Sports Awards. The awards ceremony will be hosted on the Team Durham Youtube channel, compared by Head of Sport, Mark Brian, Team Durham President and College Sport Coordinator, Hannah Knowles and Polly Pearse. It will be a fitting tribute to a very successful but also difficult season with Covid-19 meaning some sports did not complete their seasons, whilst others didn’t even get started. The ceremony will involve Durham's talented and hard-working athletes being presented with their awards, recognising their commitment to and achievements within University sport. Tune in to the awards ceremony via the Team Durham YouTube page at 7pm on Monday 15 June, raise a glass and toast another successful season of sport.

(11 Jun 2020)

Virtual AGM 26 June 2020 - Centre for Arts and Culture

You are invited to celebrate another year of activities at the Centre for Visual Arts and Culture, please join us for an afternoon of presentations and discussion on topics including photography, history and art. Our virtual AGM will be held on Friday 26 June 2020 from 1.30pm - 4.15pm. If you would like to attend, please click the Zoom registration link. Once registered, you will receive an email notification with a unique join link. For the programme, please click here.

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Within Living Memory: Transitional Justice and the Politics of Memorialisation in Zimbabwe

Debra Sithole, Ruth First Scholar, will present her research on demands for justice following the Gukurahundi massacres in post-independence Zimbabwe, focussing on narratives of memory and commemoration on Thursday 18 June between 5.30pm - 7pm via Zoom. For further information about the Ruth First Educational Trust, please visit the website

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