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Join us for a series of events running from 18-29th October, in the lead up to COP26. Research from the University of Glasgow’s College of Social Sciences engages across the full breadth of climate issues. Here we showcase this research, the work of our academics and Schools, and the events that we’re running as part of the COP26 conference.
01 OctThe School of Education at the University of Glasgow has undertaken to organise a disciplinary event to enable academics across the consortium to learn about each other’s current activities and share best practices in order to foster collaboration for joint research and teaching.
05 OctPluriversal literacies: Towards a literacy education that can sustain the world - Dr Mia Perry (Pre-COP26 Event)
21 SepGlasgow Museums and UNESCO RILA at the University of Glasgow are jointly organising this event to look at and challenge post-colonial perceptions of belonging, exile and home, related to objects.
08 SepA Glasgow-based project using zines produced by 14-18-year-olds to tell their climate change stories is among a series of new climate engagement projects supported by a UK government investment.
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