• ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Africa
    Modernizing education in Sudan: 2
    University of Kassala, Sudan

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    Asia
    Educating with sign language
    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

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    Europe
    Communicating with Aphasia
    University of Gothenburg, Sweden

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    Oceania
    Terrorists and self activators
    Curtin University, Australia

    anne
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    The Americas
    Philosophy of Society
    National University of Mexico, Mexico

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    The Middle East
    The fatwa in context: Part 1
    Imam Mohd University, Saudi Arabia

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    African Research Cluster: Part 2
    Australia

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    AICHR in ASEAN

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    ARTos
    Cyprus, Greece

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    Asian Ethics, Religion and Philosophy
    Kobe, Japan

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    Association of Art historians
    Edinburgh, Scotland

    uedin
  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Barriers to children and young people’s participation in policy making in Ghana
    Jones Adu-Gyamfi

    ghanaj
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    Bed and art, Tokyo
    Tokyo

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Cosquin Folk Festival
    Cordoba, Argentina

    Arg
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    Critical theory: Part 4

    hazz
  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Delhi International Arts Festival
    Delhi, India

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Equalizing your exercise – Part 1: Working out, but not flat out

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    Femlink
    Global

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    Highland Games
    Various locations, Scotland

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    Incontro di Grammatica Generativa
    Leece, Italy

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    International Political Science Association
    Instanbul, Turkey

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Internationalizing higher education in ASEAN: Part 1
    Professor Azirah Hashim

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    La Diablada
    Oruro, Bolivia

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Lavender Languages
    Washington D.C., U.S.A.

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    Layering Ontology: Part 2

    hazz
  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Missing and marginalized
    Ontario, Canada

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Nebuta Festival
    Aomori, Japan

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Noise-script with Theremidi Orchestra
    Cyprus, Greece

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Poetry on buses
    Global

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    Politics in Socrates’ Alcibades

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    Professor James Hoopes
    – Babson College, U.S.A.

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    Professor Nigel Holt
    – Aberystwyth University, Wales

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    Reasoning with rape offenders: Part 2
    – Hong Kong

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    Royal Economic Society
    Brighton, England

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  • ISSUE   20 Oct 2015

    Santa Cruz de Tenerife
    Tenerife, Canary Islands

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    School of Humanities, University of Caifornia
    Irvine, California

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    Social Science and Economics
    Melbourne, Australia

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Professor Nigel Holt
– Aberystwyth University, Wales

Professor Nigel Holt joined the psychology department from Bath Spa University as a senior lecturer in psychology in September, 2012. Nigel was awarded his PhD from University of York after which he worked in industry for a short spell before returning to ... Read More

November 15, 2015

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Professor James Hoopes
– Babson College, U.S.A.

James Hoopes is “Murata Professor of Ethics in Business” at Babson College.  The author of half a dozen other books on American history, Hoopes has received financial grants from the a number of important funding agencies in the United States. His paper, ... Read More

November 16, 2015

FEATURED RESEARCH

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Asia
Educating with sign language
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The “Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment in Deaf Education (SLCO) Programme” is an innovative education programme established in 2006 in Hong Kong. It covers a range of education programmes and support services for infants from age 0 to 3, kindergarten children from age 3 to 6, as well as primary and ... Read More

November 19, 2015
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November 20, 2015
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ARTos
Cyprus, Greece
November 20, 2015
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Internationalizing higher education in ASEAN: Part 1
Professor Azirah Hashim

Internationalization of higher education has been prominent at national, regional and international level. It can be seen in the many ... Read More

December 3, 2015
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The honorable Isaiya Kabira: Part 2
Kenya / Australia

Isaiya Kabira is the High Commissioner of Kenya to the Commonwealth of Australia and New Zealand. Kabira graduated from the ... Read More

November 27, 2015
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

ONTOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 1

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African Research Cluster: Part 2
Australia

The University of Western Australia launched its Africa Research Cluster in May 2015 as a mechanism to coordinate Africa-focused and other Africa-relevant research being conducted across various faculties and disciplines ... Read More

November 19, 2015

ACADEMIA IN SOCIETY 2

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Reasoning with rape offenders: Part 2
– Hong Kong

Research on people engaging in sexual violence has been dominated by offender profiling, risk assessment and treatment for convicted offenders. Nonetheless, the label of ex-offender per se results in fixing ... Read More

November 19, 2015

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