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Professor Kiran Trehan awarded 'Best in Education' at 2015 Diversity Awards

Professor Kiran Trehan awarded 'Best in Education' at 2015 Diversity Awards
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Professor Kiran Trehan of CREME has secured a fantastic prize at the British Indian Awards, a ceremony held in association with the British Diversity Awards.
Date:
13/05/2015

Professor Kiran Trehan awarded 'Best in Education' at 2015 Diversity Awards

Professor Kiran Trehan awarded 'Best in Education' at 2015 Diversity Awards
Description
Professor Kiran Trehan of CREME has secured a fantastic prize at the British Indian Awards, a ceremony held in association with the British Diversity Awards.
Date:
13/05/2015
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Dialogue on intersectionality and superdiversity

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Rachel Humphris (IRiS Associate Researcher) reports on the first roundtable of the IRiS Key Concepts Roundtable Series.
Date:
28/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences

Why cracking down on illegal migration does not change net migration rate

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Responding to the latest ONS data on net migration, David Cameron has announced his government strategy to address unauthorised migration.
Date:
27/05/2015
Categories:
Research, Social Sciences
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School of Education student named as one of the University's top alumni

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The School of Education is delighted that Hannah Bevington, a final year Education student, was one of the 12 students chosen from across the university to represent the spirit of the University in 2015
Date:
31/03/2015
Categories:
Alumni, Social Sciences

Ghana's democracy is driving great progress in health and education

Ghana's democracy is driving great progress in health and education
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Written by Alina Rocha Menocal, a senior research fellow at the Developmental Leadership Program. Despite weaknesses in accountability, Ghana's newly established political system has overseen dramatic improvements in basic services.
Date:
19/03/2015
Categories:
Social Sciences
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Securing Sierra Leone, 1997-2013: Defence, Diplomacy and Development in Action

Securing Sierra Leone, 1997-2013: Defence, Diplomacy and Development in Action
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Professor Paul Jackson has recently co-authored a new book on Securing Sierra Leone, 1997–2013. Launched at RUSI in May 2015, the monograph examines the development and impact of security-sector reform on the state-building process in Sierra Leone.
Date:
28/05/2015

CHASR: A Student's Insight

CHASR: A Student's Insight
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RTC has been collaborating with the International Development Department (IDD) for a number of years. Our Masters student, Jeffery Hamann, recounts his experience of taking part in an RTC-led conflict simulation exercise as part of his course. The simulation was conducted as a part of the IDD's CHASR (Conflict, Humanitarian Aid and Social Reconstruction) module.
Date:
28/05/2015
Categories:
Students
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