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The ESRC Festival of Social Science, which takes place in November, highlights some of the leading social science research taking place within the field of Social Science with free  lectures, workshops, seminars, exhibitions and other events being held around the country to offer an insight into how social science research impacts on our lives. 

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News from Business School

The Economist's WhichMBA? 2014 Global Rankings

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The Economist's WhichMBA? 2014 Global Rankings have confirmed Birmingham Business School's position in their top 100 with a placement of 93rd globally and as one of the top UK and European MBA programmes.
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20/10/2014
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News from School of Social Policy

Event: Varieties of religious superdiversity

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All are invited to attend a workshop exploring current research on religious diversity in the UK.
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20/10/2014
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News from School of Education

Professor Adrian Blackledge announced as the new Birmingham Poet Laureate

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Adrian Blackledge, Professor of Bilingualism at the University of Birmingham's School of Education, named Poets Laureate for 2014-15 for the city of Birmingham.
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20/10/2014
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News from School of Government and Society

Podcast: "The Responsibility to Protect" and the Unreasonable Veto

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The roots of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) are to be found in the international community's attempts to navigate a route through UN Security Council (UNSC) inaction in the face of mass human rights atrocities. The likelihood of such inaction is exacerbated by the ability of UNSC Permanent members to veto actions which they oppose, but given the level of human suffering which characterises such crises, should this right of veto, unfettered by the UN Charter, be subject to some degree of constraint? Issues relating to this question are considered in 'The Responsibility to Protect and the "Unreasonable" Veto'.
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14/10/2014
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