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There are 13 events taking place this month
Wednesday 19th June 2024

Climate Change and Migration: New Challenges, Legal Responses, and Policy Solutions

Date
19/06/2024
Location:
University Park NG7 2RD Nottingham
Description
UK-based researchers and scholars will convene in Nottingham for a closed workshop to explore the legal and policy challenges of climate-induced migration. Hosted by the University of Nottingham Human Rights Law Centre and the Nottingham Trent University Climate Justice Hub, in collaboration with the ICON•S Interest Group on Climate Change & Migration and the ESIL Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law, the workshop is sponsored by the Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA).

Cultural Nexus: Engaging Community through Museums, Archives, Curation, and Repatriation with Roshan Mishra

Date
19/06/2024
Location:
Lakeside Arts Centre, Online
Description
A talk by Roshan Mishra with the British Museum.

Universal Subjectivity in Contemporary British Painting?

Date
19/06/2024
Location:
Trent Building B46
Thursday 20th June 2024

Dialogue Day: 'When Am I?' Identities and Temporality in Cross-Disciplinary Perspective

Date
20/06/2024
Location:
A3 Humanities Building
Description
The event is open to doctoral students from all disciplines, and participants do not require any prior knowledge or understanding. One session will allow students to present posters on relevant subjects.

Making Ideas Work in the Midst of Research

Date
20/06/2024
Description
Researcher Academy Siesta Seminar Session

AI and chemistry: a greener future

AI and chemistry: a greener future
Date
20/06/2024
Location:
Physics Building, University Park
Description
Join us to learn about how we can use AI to address these problems and how we can encourage chemists to use our tools to make their chemistry greener.
Friday 21st June 2024

Postgraduate Research Conference

Postgraduate Research Conference
Date
21/06/2024
Location:
Humanities A02
Description
The Department of Classics and Archaeology invites staff and students to this year's postgraduate research showcase. This is a great opportunity to discover what everyone has been working on this year so far, so come along to support our postgraduates' research!

Mandarin Corner: Mahjong

Date
21/06/2024
Description
Join us for a fun evening of playing Mahjong and practicing your Mandarin skills. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned player, this event is open to all levels. Come and meet new friends, learn new strategies, and enjoy some friendly competition.
Tuesday 25th June 2024

Empowering us all

Empowering us all
Date
25 - 26/06/2024
Location:
Online (Microsoft Teams)
Description
Two days exploring the importance of wellbeing in the workplace.

CREDIT Seminar: Maite Alguacil (University Jaume I, Institute of International Economics)

Date
25/06/2024
Location:
A42 Sir Clive Granger Building
Description
Environmental Stringency and International Trade (A42, SCGB)
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