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Prof Agustin Fuentes - Why do we believe_

Prof Agustin Fuentes - Why do we believe_

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Interview with Dr Emma Wild-Wood

This is an interview conducted in 2018 with Dr Emma Wild-Wood, alumna and now Senior Lecturer in the Centre for the Study of World Christianity. In this video, Dr Wild-Wood discusses her research on…

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MSc Physical Activity for Health

Programme Co-Director, Dr Ailsa Niven, introduces the Masters in Physical Activity for Health, a degree designed to address the pandemic and global public health issue of physical inactivity. Drawing…

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Interview with Chris MacLeod the new Student Administration & Support Programme Lead

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Challenges to Human Rights in Times of Transition: AHRI Conference Session 2

Challenges to Human Rights in Times of Transition, chaired by Professor Christine Bell. Speakers: Professor Francesca Klug, OBE, Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, Doughty Street…

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Moving Forward in Times of Transition: AHRI Conference Session 3

Alan Miller, Elizabeth Salmon and Rhona Smith, chaired by Kasey McCall Smith. *** Renewing Rights in Times of Transition: 70 Years of the Universal Declaration of Human RightsOn 7 and 8 September…

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The Inclusion Project: Human Rights Dilemmas in the Negotiation of Peace Agreements. AHRI Conference Session 1.

Public lecture by Christine Bell to celebrate the launch of the Political Settlements Research Programme's PA-X Peace Agreements Database, at the opening of the AHRI 2018 Conference on Renewing…

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Anna (Anne) Eleanor Roosevelt closes the 2018 AHRI Conference with 'Nevertheless, She Persisted'

Anna (Anne) Eleanor Roosevelt chairs The Roosevelt Institute in New York, and recently retired as Chief Executive Officer for Goodwill of Northern New England. Anne's closing address,…

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Wikipedia in the Classroom - Simon Riley and Richard Smith on the Reproductive Biology Wikipedia assignment

Dr. Simon Riley and Dr. Richard Smith of the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health were interviewed in March 2018 about the Wikipedia research assignment Senior Honours students on the Reproductive…

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Data Controversies Week 4 2018 Chris Dibben

Data Controversies Week 4 2018 Chris Dibben

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Burkhard Schafer Data Controversies Week 4 2018

Data Controversies Week 4 2018 Burkhard Schafer

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Dr Emma Wild-Wood: Where does the wisdom of the white man come in?

Dr Emma Wild-Wood delivered the lecture ‘Where does the wisdom of the white man come in? The Interpretations, Problems and Possibilities of Missionary Sources in the…

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PAHRC_Nanette_Mutrie_Fiona_Bull-video

Nanette Mutrie and Fiona Bull Launch of PAHRC

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Season’s Greetings from Edinburgh Local

Edinburgh College of Art students Toby Leung and Julia Chang have created a lovely Christmas card where a star lights up the city.

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Prof Richard Morris: Memory: why it matters and how it works

The Edinburgh Neuroscience Christmas Lecture 2016 delivered by Professor Richard Morris, CBE, FRS, Professor of Neuroscience, Centre for Cognitive & Neural Systems, and 2016 Brain Prize Winner …

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