School of Global Studies

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Land degradation and climate change

Thursday 23 November from 12:30 until 14:00
Silverstone SB-309
Climate and development
Bob Scholes

Bob Scholes will discuss 'Land degradation and climate change'.


Redevelopment? How community activism and art won urban public green space

Thursday 23 November from 13:00 until 14:30
Arts C 175 (Global Studies Resource Centre)
Department of Geography Research Seminars
Sophie Antonelli and Jessie Brennan

Sophie Antonelli is an activist and co-founder of The Green Backyard, a community growing space in the middle of the English city of Peterborough.


A double seminar on 'Brexit and State Aid Rules' and 'the implications of Brexit on Regional Integration in Africa'

Thursday 23 November from 13:00 until 15:00
Jubilee Building, room 115
Dr Andy Tarrant and Professor Yenkong Hodu

Join the UK Trade Policy Observatory for a double seminar on Brexit and development. We provide food for thought, so bring your own lunch!


Decolonisation and Transformation of Higher Education in South Africa: The Case of Rhodes University

Thursday 23 November from 17:00 until 18:30
IDS Convening Space
IDS Events
Professor Robert van Niekerk, Rhodes University

Prof Robert van Niekerk from Rhodes University will deliver this Sussex Development Lecture.


Reading as refuge: A story of a mobile van in a refugee camp

Friday 24 November from 13:00 until 13:45
Chowen Lecture Theatre, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, University of Sussex BN1 9PX
Esther ten Zijthoff Co-Founder, ECHO Refugee Library

Join BSMS for a short film and talk from ECHO Refugee Library, whose mobile library van provides access to learning resources to refugees in Greece.


Everyday Austerity: Intersectional Approaches to Lived Experiences of Economic Change

Friday 24 November from 13:00 until 15:00
Jubilee G32
SPRU Friday Seminar Series
Sarah Marie Hall, University of Manchester

Sarah Marie Hall discusses 'Intersectional Approaches to Lived Experiences of Economic Change'.


Make Change Happen | An introduction to Theatre of the Oppressed for change

Friday 24 November from 18:00 until 20:00
Arts C333 University of Sussex
Make Change Happen
Resist and Renew

"It is forbidden to walk on the grass. It is not forbidden to fly over the grass" - Augusto Boal


Mindfulness

Monday 27 November from 14:15 until 14:45
Arts C - C333
Rev Chris McDermott

30 minutes of guided mindful meditation at the School of Global Studies.


Photography in and of the city: three moments from the past and present of an Indian city

Tuesday 28 November from 15:00 until 17:00
Pevensey 1 – 2D10
Social Anthropology Research Seminar
Marcus Banks, University of Oxford

Photography in and of the city: three moments from the past and present of an Indian city.


The Politics of Moving On in Kenya

Tuesday 28 November from 15:00 until 17:00
Fulton 112
Sussex Africa Centre Seminar Series
Njoki Wamai

In March 2011, the International Criminal Court (ICC) accused Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto of crimes against humanity.


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