Registration on the day in the 2nd Floor Mezzanine, presentations in the 2nd Floor Executive Board Room, College Building, Hendon Campus
This free open conference seeks to explore water through its symbolic, ecological and geopolitical functions.
The day comprises of key note speakers Ed Stourton (Journalist and Radio 4 presenter) and Dr. Abimbola O. Odumosu (Save the Children & Unicef), clips of the new BBC series 'Sacred Rivers', as well as presentations and posters by colleagues from across the University, together with commentaries from a number of invited experts.
Our aim is to highlight the different meanings and values placed on water as a strategic resource against a backdrop of globalisation and climate change.
This event is free and open to all staff and students.
To book a place visit the Middlesex Online Store: www.onlinestore.mdx.ac.uk, and look under 'short courses and conferences' then 'Water Conference' and follow the booking instructions.
If you have any queries please contact Mita Vaghji (Event Coordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0208 411 6664.
An interdisciplinary conference exploring a range of contemporary issues related to enforcement of maritime claims and the use of regulation of the world’s [...]
A day symposium hosted by Middlesex University's Language and Communication research cluster.
This year's Kurdish Migration Conference will focus on globalisation, diaspora and transnational belonging and will feature Professor Joshua Castellino as [...]
Come and see the exciting new creative work from final year students from the Middlesex University School of Art and Design.