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History Research Seminar 2017/2018: Alejandra Osorio (Wellsley College, Boston), A Common Time, a Common Space for Imperial Rule: The Royal Exequies and the Circulation of Books of Ceremonies in the Spanish Habsburg World.
Eilish Rooney (Emeritus TJI) is one of the members of a Constitutional Conversations Group that has been working on promoting dialogue around Irish unity.
A Data Analytics Approach to Understanding Samaritans’ Helpline Caller Behaviour
Thursday 26th September at Magee at 7pm. Drinks reception at 6.30 p.m.
Cristal Palacios-Yumar, psychologist, activist, researcher.
Researchers from Ulster University will present a new model of Irish-medium youth work, in partnership with Glór na Móna, which aims to boost an individual’s own relationship to their language.
History Research Seminar 2017/2018: Lars Lih (McGill University), A passionate lack of alternatives: the meaning of October 1917
A personalised approach: improving clinical decision making and patient safety for patient care
The UU policy review, being launched in conjunction with Action Mental Health, is a call to action for a ten year mental health strategy in Northern Ireland – the only UK region without one. It comes in the face of rising suicide rates and a
A consultation on behalf of OFMDFM’s Racial Equality Unit for the new draft Racial Equality Strategy for Northern Ireland.
A Taste of Branding - Branding Masterclass with Professor Stephen Brown.
How do local communities repair themselves after a violent political conflict? How do communities move on and put the past behind them?
How do local communities manage social repair in the aftermath of a violent political conflict? Join our community-led conversation using the Transitional Justice Grassroots Toolkit.
Abbie McKenna, Head of Apprenticeship Development and Hub at Ulster University.
The fight for reproductive rights in Northern Ireland has undoubtedly been eclipsed by the sectarian strife of The Troubles. But since the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, political parties are increasingly being held accountable for their policy
Abortion discourses in the UK – from the personal to the political.
The Centre for Public Administration is a global leader in research that explores and innovates policy and public administration practice.
The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has a variety of schools, they all offer first class teaching in our world class facilities.
About Ulster Linguistics, CARDS, and the CARDS team.