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Reflections Research Centre Annual One-Day Conference

29 Oct 2016

Reflections Research Centre Annual One-Day Conference: Sexual oppression and its impact on mental health and well being: implications for psychology and psychotherapy
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Ring of Fire: Instability and Insecurity in the EU's Neighbourhood

18 Feb 2016

This joint seminar with the Institute of Contemporary Studies, and the Senior European Experts looks at the topic of Instability and Insecurity in the EU’s Neighbourhood
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International Partners' Conference 2016

06 Jan 2016

The 2016 International partners' conference will take place on 6-8 January 2015 with an overall theme of Bridging the Gap: Creativity in Business, Sciences and the Arts.
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The future of English language teaching

29 Oct 2015

Panel discussion on the challenges facing English language teachers and trainers internationally.
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The brewing crisis between Europe and the UK

17 Sep 2015

Rt Hon Keith Vaz MP, Former Minister of State for Europe, presents this seminar as part of the International Open Seminars Series 2015/16.
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Turkish Migration conference 2015

25 Jun 2015

Turkish Migration Conference 2015 will be held in Prague, Czech Republic from 25 to 27 June 2015.
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Jean Monnet memorial lecture: Youth, employment, Europe and values

05 May 2015

This year's Jean Monnet Memorial lecture looks at Youth, Employment, Europe and Values within the context of the new The Youth Employment Initiative (YEI).
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Senior European Experts: Energy union - a realistic possibility

15 Apr 2015

This seminar will explore if it is a realistic possibility to achieve an energy union at a time when the Member States and the Commission will be finalising their policy proposals
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Post-genocide: Rwanda & Bosnia

09 Apr 2015

A panel discussion led by two Regent’s scholars on the post-genocide conditions in Bosnia and Rwanda.
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Senior European Experts: The UK and the EU: Are there Alternatives to EU Membership?

11 Feb 2015

This seminar will discuss the most commonly suggested alternatives as the debate continues about whether there should be a referendum on British membership.
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Lock them up and throw away the keys: Mental illness, incarceration and American democracy

09 Feb 2015

Dr Markus Bidell, 2014-2015 Regents University London Fulbright scholar presents the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Fulbright lecture.
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Networks of Power seminar series: Women and war

04 Dec 2014

Sabrina White, Lecturer in International Relations, speaks about her research, which is focused on NGO collaboration, gender equality and reduction of gender-based violence in post-conflict countries.
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Today we’re alive: Verbatim theatre as a research methodology

26 Nov 2014

Linden Wilkinson’s play 'Today we’re alive' considers two events: an Aboriginal massacre of 1838 in New South Wales, and the memorial erected to commemorate it 162 years later.
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Senior European Experts: The Eastern challenge for the European Union

25 Nov 2014

This seminar will discuss the “Eastern Challenge” to the EU and the on-going Russia-EU relationship.
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After operation protective edge - The Israeli society and the occupation

08 Oct 2014

Gideon Levy, H’aaretz Columnist and Member of the newspaper’s editorial board, presents this seminar as part of the International Open Seminars Series 2014/15.
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The Fan Studies Network conference

27 Sep 2014

The second annual conference of the Fan Studies Network, providing a space for academics interested in fans and fandom to connect, share resources, and develop their research ideas.
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Legacy of the First World War

19 Sep 2014

A multi-disciplinary event analysing the legacy of the First World War in culture, politics and international relations.
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War reporting in the age of 24 hour news

16 Sep 2014

BBC Journalist, Dan Damon, presents this seminar as part of the International Open Seminars Series 2014/15.
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BCLTS international conference on teaching & learning Chinese

09 Jul 2014

Regent's Institute of Languages and Culture is proud to host The 12th BCLTS international conference on teaching & learning Chinese at Regent’s University London, Regent's Park campus.
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The Book of Mental Disorders (the DSM) – a work of fact or fiction?

05 Jun 2014

In this talk, Dr James Davies takes us behind the scenes of how the psychiatrist's bible, the DSM, was actually written.
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Turkish migration conference 2014

30 May 2014

Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies was proud host of the successful 2012 Turkish Migration in Europe Conference chaired by Prof Ibrahim Sirkeci and Prof Philip L. Martin.
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Future of Transnational Education forum chaired by Professor Sirkeci

22 May 2014

Regent’s University London's Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci will lead the forum on Future of Transnational Education to be held in Central London on 22 May 2014.
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The experience of being financially dependent as a Counselling Psychology Trainee: An existential perspective

07 May 2014

Dr Helena Belgrave, a Counselling Psychologist based in London, will present this workshop as part of the Reflections Research Centre Workshop Series.
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Europe in the World 2014

01 May 2014

This year's Europe in the World Lecture on Thursday 1 May tackles the controversial subject of Migration: Facing up to a Global Challenge.
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Conference on Perspectives and Challenges of the Banking Union

18 Mar 2014

The Centre for Banking and Finance (CBF), Regent's University London announces the Conference: "Perspectives and Challenges of the Banking Union".
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Kurdish studies in the 21st Century

13 Mar 2014

Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies Conference: Kurdish Studies in the 21st Century with keynote speaker Professor Martin van Bruinessen - Tuke Hall, Regent's University London.
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Joseph Giacomin: Human centred design

06 Mar 2014

An expert on human factors and perception enhancement, Professor Joseph Giacomin from Brunel University will deliver a lecture to EBS MA in International Marketing students on Human Centred Design.
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Seminar: The Energy Challenges Facing Europe: What can the EU do?

05 Mar 2014

A joint seminar with the Institute for Contemporary European Studies and the Senior European Experts, followed by a reception in the University.
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The Middle East at a crossroad

05 Feb 2014

Join Middle East analysts Dr. Islam Qasem, Dr. Samuel R. Schubert, Prof. Yossi Mekelberg and BBC Journalist and broadcaster Sophie Long in a panel discussion on the current upheavals in the region.
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Experiences of displacement and psychosocial support: Narratives from Northern Uganda

09 Dec 2013

This seminar is part of the Reflections Research Centre Workshop Series.
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The EU-US Trade Talks - Can they succeed this time?

21 Nov 2013

A Joint Seminar with the Institute for Contemporary European Studies and the Senior European Experts.
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Love and power - can connection and potency co-exist?

20 Nov 2013

This seminar will explore the question of the integration of love and power, and what gets in the way of this possibility. Part of the Reflections Research Centre Workshop Series.
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Launch of the Regent's Report: The UK and Europe: Costs, Benefits, Options

21 Oct 2013

Peter Sutherland, Chairman of Goldman Sachs International and former European Commissioner for Competition, will launch the Regent’s Report.
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Europe in the world lecture

18 Sep 2013

The University is delighted to welcome Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council. Please note this lecture is now closed, and we are unable to accept any new registrants.
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Seminar: The myth of central bank independence

12 Sep 2013

An Institute of Contemporary European Studies and Global Policy Institute Joint Seminar
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The DSM - a great work of fiction?

05 Jul 2013

A study of why psychiatry has become bad for our mental health. Part of the Reflections Research Centre Workshop Series.
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Book launch: New title by Ibrahim Sirkeci

20 Jun 2013

A book launch with drinks reception will be held at Knapp Gallery for Ibrahim Sirkeci's new book Transnational Marketing and Transnational Consumers.
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Jean Monnet Memorial Lecture: The UK and Europe: Costs, Benefits, Options

15 May 2013

This year's Jean Monnet Memorial lecture looks at Britain's role in Europe at a time of much controversy. A distinguished panel will debate the role of Europe in Britain in our lives today.
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New date- European Commission Programme for Entrepreneurs, Innovation, SMEs

23 Apr 2013

We are delighted to have a new date for the postponed event with the European Commission on their Programme for Entrepreneurs, Innovation, SMEs and Internationalisation for Tuesday 23rd April, 11 -1pm
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The Crisis in the Eurozone: the Implications for Britain

05 Mar 2013

Joint Seminar with the Institute of European Studies and the Senior European Experts
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Europe 2020: growth, jobs, competitiveness agenda

18 Feb 2013

Joint Seminar with the Institute of European Studies and the Senior European Experts.
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The Regent's College Europe in the World Lecture

01 Nov 2012

Europe in the World Lecture 2012: A lecture on Russia today and its developing relationship with the European Union.
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SEA Discussion Group - When We Lack Courage as Therapists

19 Jun 2012

The SEA discussion group welcomes all practitioners at all levels of experience to share opinions and experiences.
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The Society for Existential Analysis Discussion Group

19 Jun 2012

What wouldn’t you tell your therapist and what can be learnt from this for our own practice?
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New Sources of Growth in Europe

14 Mar 2012

You are invited to debate with Commissioner Tajani who will introduce a discussion on ‘New Sources of Growth in Europe’.
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Europe and the Arab Awakening

08 Dec 2011

This seminar will explore the important economic, political and social implications for Europe of the Arab Awakening.
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Last updated: 18 November 2014