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Leading diplomats and academics from around Europe share their views on the challenges to come at Kingston University Brexit event

Leading diplomats and academics from around Europe share their views on the challenges to come at Kingston University Brexit event

The process to separate Britain from the European Union and the impact Brexit will have across the continent were discussed at a Kingston University event that brought together key players in the debate from across Europe.

Kingston University secures €1.6million grant for global research project into migration, sex work and trafficking

Kingston University secures €1.6million grant for global research project into migration, sex work and trafficking

A major global research project that will investigate the complex relationship between migration, sex work and trafficking across three continents is being launched by Kingston University, using a blend of documentary and fictional film.

Integrity Research Group at Kingston Law School set to make sure punishment fits the crime in fight against corruption

Integrity Research Group at Kingston Law School set to make sure punishment fits the crime in fight against corruption

The Integrity Research Group at Kingston Law School aims to identify activity that will make a concrete impact on policies surrounding corruption.

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The Postconceptual Condition: Of Contemporary Art

The Postconceptual Condition: Of Contemporary Art
Thursday 8 December 2016

A Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy annual workshop.

National flags and negotiation of collective identities: A study of public and social discourses

National flags and negotiation of collective identities: A study of public and social discourses
Wednesday 14 December 2016

As part of the Criminology and Sociology Departmental Seminar Series.

The Inaugural Lecture of Professor Engelbert Stockhammer: Distribution, debt and demand in the neoliberal era, a post-Keynesian political economy approach

The Inaugural Lecture of Professor Engelbert Stockhammer: Distribution, debt and demand in the neoliberal era, a post-Keynesian political economy approach
Wednesday 14 December 2016

As part of the Faculty of Arts and Social Science's inaugural lecture series.

Simondon and Technics

Simondon and Technics
Wednesday 17 May 2017

A Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy workshop.

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