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Faculty Research Showcase 26-27 April 2017

Description
This week (26-27 April) the Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy hosts colleagues from across King's College London and beyond, including the public, for the first ever SSPP Research Showcase.
DPE Student Publishes Book on the Environment

DPE Student Publishes Book on the Environment

Description
Yacine Belhaj-Bouabdallah, a student in the Department of Political Economy (DPE) (School of Politics & Economics, Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy) has published a book on the environment titled Saving Ourselves: Interviews with World Leaders on the Sustainable Transition.
New research to explore Brexit

New research to explore Brexit

Description
Professor Jonathan Portes, School of Politics & Economics, has been awarded one of 25 new grants by the ESRC to examine the processes and consequences of the UK leaving the European Union.
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International Development seminar

International Development seminar

Date
3 May 2017
Location
5F Chesham Buidling
Description
This week's International Development seminar features Jelke Boesten, who will discuss gender-based violence in Peru, and Kim Beecheno, who'll address tensions between faith and feminism in Brazil.
Significantus

Significantus

Date
3 May 2017
Location
St David’s Room
Description
Significantus is a piano and spoken word project created by Lola Perrin. Her latest piano suite, inspired by writings about climate change, is performed in collaboration with expert guest speakers (economists, lawyers, scientists, artists and other thinkers) and also features a conversation with the audience.
Indo-British Business Deals and Economic Relations Beyond the Empire - CANCELLED

Indo-British Business Deals and Economic Relations Beyond the Empire - CANCELLED

Date
4 May 2017
Location
S3.05 (Strand Building)
Description
This talk examines Indo-British business deals on the background of economic relations between the two countries during the early cold war period.
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