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Duncan Green, Oxfam, is coming to the University of Sheffield to give a lecture on 'What's Hot and What's Not in development: How has development thinking changed in the last five years? Duncan will also be signing copies of his new book From Poverty to Power 2nd edition
Please direct any queries to Charotte Lester at email@example.com
Time: 05:30 - 19:00
Venue: ICOSS Conference Room
Booking: Please register at: http://siidduncangreen.eventbrite.co.uk/
June 19 2013
Discover and Understand and Inspiration and Co.
Following the successful launches of the Discover and Understand Sheffield Colloquium event and the Inspiration and Co. lecture series, a Showcase event was held on:
19 June at 301, Glossop Rd, from 12pm to 2pm
The Showcase was an opportunity for the wider staff team to learn more about the Discover and Understand initiative and hear first-hand from students about their experiences. Students' "E-posters" were displayed (see left), presenting ideas they initiated at the Sheffield Colloquium week-long event; and Academics´ talks from both the Sheffield Colloquium and Inspiration and Co were being broadcast to give a flavour of some of the themes being addressed. Our colleagues from USE delivered a session for students to further develop and implement their ideas in the future and a presentation by Cathy Shrank (Academic Lead, Sheffield Collquium), Richard Ward (Project Support, Sheffield Colloquium) and Chris Howett (Project Support, Inspiration and Co) delivered a broad overview to key stakeholders of both projects, from their initiation to their successful execution and aspirations for future events.
May 14 2013
This is Our City: Sheffield on Film
A showcase of documentaries exploring Sheffield, with an opportunity to see the film "In the Tracks of Memory" documenting Sheffield's tramways: from the Edwardian period to the present day. This event will include a talk by writer and commentator Lindsey Hanley, who will retell her experience of growing up near Birmingham on the largest council estate of its time.