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Opportunities for collaboration with Anthropos India Foundation

5 June 2017

Anthropos India Foundation recently organized a symposium on Child Sexual Abuse: Breaking the culture of silence.


EVENT: Abortion Privacy/Abortion Secrecy: What's the Difference and Why Does it Matter? - Carol Sanger

5 June 2017

Abortion Privacy/Abortion Secrecy: What's the Difference and Why Does it Matter? Wednesday 7 June 14:00 until 16:00Jubilee G31, Falmer Campus,...


Call for contributions: G&D Sexualities

31 May 2017

In March 2018, the international journal Gender & Development will focus on Sexualities. This issue will be commissioned by 30 June 2017.


Maya Unnithan's inaugural professional lecture - recording now available

31 May 2017

Professor Maya Unnithan's inaugural professorial lecture took place on Wednesday 17 May 2017, 6.30pm at the University of Sussex.


Sussex academics ask children to ‘picture the future’

31 May 2017

Sussex academics ask children to ‘picture the future’ What does the future look like through the eyes of a child? The Centre for...


International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

18 May 2017

Global Studies marks International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) with a year-long programme of events to critically...


CORTH Event - Professor Chris McKevitt Presents: ‘The Translational Urge in the English Health Economy’

13 April 2017

FORTHCOMING CORTH EVENT Date: Friday 28th April 2017  Professor Chris McKevitt (Professor of Social Science & Health, King’s...


CORTH Member Padmini Iyer new paper - "Due to all this fear, we’re getting less freedom"

8 April 2017

Padmini Iyer (Education Research Officer, Young Lives, Department of International Development, University of Oxford) has had her new article...


CORTH member Chhaya Pachauli new article - Abnormal rise in C-sections

6 April 2017

Abnormal rise in C-sections Chhaya Pachauli, April 2, 2017 The commercialisation of caesarean deliveries, especially in private hospitals, hit the...


ESRC Project - Inherited blood disorders, globalisation and the promise of genomics: an Indian case-study

6 April 2017

Maya Unnithan is co-investigator on the ESRC standard grant,  ‘Inherited blood disorders, globalisation and the promise of genomics: An...


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