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Christopher Marlowe credited as one of Shakespeare's co-writers

Christopher Marlowe credited as one of Shakespeare's co-writers
Description
New research by a team of academics including the Shakespeare Institute's John Jowett.
Date:
25/10/2016

The big bang: a fairy tale in London

The big bang: a fairy tale in London
Description
Once upon a time… there lived a noble and chivalrous group of knights in a great big castle called the Stock Exchange…Doctoral Researcher Emma Barrett writes for Modern British Studies.
Date:
25/10/2016

Birmingham, the workshop of the world

Birmingham, the workshop of the world
Description
The most comprehensive and up-to-date history of Birmingham in forty years - a new book edited by Dr Malcolm Dick and Professor Carl Chinn.
Date:
25/10/2016

On memory errors: an interview with Sarah K Robins

On memory errors: an interview with Sarah K Robins
Description
An interview by Project PERFECT's Kathy Puddifoot with Sarah K. Robins, an expert on false memories and Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kansas.
Date:
20/10/2016

International Freedom of Religion or Belief Day

International Freedom of Religion or Belief Day
Description
The CIFoRB team and the All Party Parliamentary Group for International Freedom of Religion or Belief hosted a round-table event in Parliament on Thursday 27 October.
Date:
19/10/2016

Do Mobile Phones Set Citizens Free?

Do Mobile Phones Set Citizens Free?
Description
Mobile phones and social media can help create a better society. They can also be used to surveil, deceive, threaten, and incite violence. Dr Katrien Pype writes for Sapiens.
Date:
18/10/2016

The Royal Commonwealth Society

The Royal Commonwealth Society
Description
Baroness Berridge speaks about Freedom of Religion or Belief in The Royal Commonwealth Society Magazine.
Date:
18/10/2016

Bridge Fellowship in Cultural Heritage Announced

Bridge Fellowship in Cultural Heritage Announced
Description
New opportunity: Bridge Fellowship in Cultural Heritage. Apply today.
Date:
13/10/2016

Why is the United Nations still so misunderstood?

Why is the United Nations still so misunderstood?
Description
António Guterres will take the helm of one of the world's great institutions – albeit one that's constantly maligned, belittled, and misunderstood...Dr Simon Jackson co-writes for The Conversation.
Date:
12/10/2016

CIFoRB interviews Special Envoy Jan Figel on the Freedom of Religion or Belief

CIFoRB interviews Special Envoy Jan Figel on the  Freedom of Religion or Belief
Description
CIFoRB caught up with Ján Figeľ in London to discuss his mandate and how much influence he will really have outside the EU.
Date:
10/10/2016
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