19 March 2019
Ellison Building, Northumbria University City Campus, NE1 8JG
From £1.00 per person
In this talk, Kirsten will provide a definition of international organisations and their various functions, and introduce students to how the UN has shaped our understanding of development and poverty, and how this has impacted on development policy. She will illustrate this by another important task: information management and statistics. Students of geography will be able to consider how changing knowledge and understanding of our world will impact one of their key tools: data.
Joint event with Tyne and Wear GA.
Contact Catherine White with enquiries.
26 February 2019
Neil will offer a historical perspective on flooding in York.
This talk considers the colonisation of residential neighbourhoods by university students and some recent changes in student and developer behaviours which may help to curb the further expansion of studentified residential areas.
5 March 2019
19 March 2019
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