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NEWS

New Masters of Public Administration launched for the next generation of faith leaders

New Masters of Public Administration launched for the next generation of faith leaders
Description
A new Masters of Public Administration programme in Faith Based Leadership has been launched by the University of Birmingham

France: Debates over free speech and secularism

France: Debates over free speech and secularism
Description
Professor Jocelyne Cesari speaks to Aljazeera on the context of French laicite to the killing of Samuel Paty.

The Archive of Activism project team in Ghana have won the Abena Korantemaa Oral History Prize.

The Archive of Activism project team in Ghana have won the Abena Korantemaa Oral History Prize.
Description
Last weekend, their interview with grassroots activist Hannah Owusu-Koranteng was awarded the Abena Korantemaa Oral History prize at the Pa Gya festival of the Writers' Project of Ghana.

EVENTS

GloPent World 2020

GloPent World 2020
Date
31/10/2020
Description
1st Virtual Global Pentecostal Studies Conference at the University of Birmingham

Law PhD Proposals and Funding Applications Workshop

Law PhD Proposals and Funding Applications Workshop
Date
02/11/2020
Description
A free workshop for students on PhD Proposals and Funding Applications.

Ending Diet Culture with the Anti Diet Riot Club with Becky Young

Ending Diet Culture with the Anti Diet Riot Club with Becky Young
Date
04/11/2020
Description
A video series of Instagram Lives taking place this autumn as part of the #everydaylookism campaign, asking us to take looks-based discrimination (lookism) seriously and specifically to put an end to body shaming.
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Everything to Everybody

A collaboration with Birmingham City Council will revive the fortunes of the Birmingham Shakespeare Memorial Library