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New course 'Cultural Property Protection in Armed Conflict' launched by Kings Centre for Military Ethics

New course 'Cultural Property Protection in Armed Conflict' launched by Kings Centre for Military Ethics

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Kings Centre for Military Ethics announces a new course developed in conjuction with Oxford University, Leicester University, Blue Shield, EAMENA and the Defence Academy of the UK that aims to help military commanders, and those interested in working with the military, understand why cultural property is important and how it can be protected during military operations.
Rich lists: the spread of the world's income

Rich lists: the spread of the world's income

Description
Paul Segal has taken a new approach to analysing the global distribution of income - by using both household surveys and the new top incomes data derived from tax records - in order to produce a new picture of the global rich, who have previously been excluded from the data.
Nik Rose on urbanisation and mental health

Nik Rose on urbanisation and mental health

Description
On the new Policy Forum podcast, Professor Nikolas Rose discussed how urbanisation is affecting our mental health, and what policymakers can do to take the stress out of city living.
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Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais

Date
11 Nov 2016/31 Mar 2017
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
This photo exhibition of daily life in the refugee camp in Calais is the result of the research project 'Humans of Calais' by four King's MA Students based in the Department of War Studies.
Prosecution for Prevention: Disruptive innovation in child protection

Prosecution for Prevention: Disruptive innovation in child protection

Date
27 Mar 2017
Location
River Room (Strand Campus)
Description
Eduardo Varandas, Public Prosecutor with the Brazilian Federal Labour Prosecution Office, provides a first-hand account of the first successful use of civil class actions in Paraíba, Brazil; a ground-breaking approach to the prosecution and prevention of child sexual exploitation.
Other Paths, Other Destinations

Other Paths, Other Destinations

Date
28 Mar 2017
Location
Pyramid Room ( K4U.04) 4th floor
Description
In this talk, Léonie S. Newhouse reflects on how selection bias intrinsic in much qualitative migration research (including her own) shapes the stories we tell about migration.
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