Universities are not happy with the prospect of leaving the EU, and the impact it would have on their students. According to Universities UK, in 2012-2013, 5.5 per cent of students studying in the UK were from EU countries, generating £2.27 billion for the UK economy as well as 19,000 jobs in local communities. University leaders have… Continue reading How would leaving the EU affect international students?
Students and teachers turn out in mass to support music and sociology students Taking Race Live on Tuesday evening. Special guests Professor Paul Gilroy from King’s College London and Time Out’s rising star Jazz group Yazz Ahmed Quartet performed alongside Kingston students at St John the Evangelist church. Organiser and music professor at Kingston University,… Continue reading Huge success at Kingston students Taking Race Live night
A protest on Saturday attracted 20,000 to Trafalgar Square in Stand Up To Racism’s biggest protest ever to say ‘Refugees are Welcome Here’. London peacefully protested alongside Glasgow, Cardiff, Athens, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Vienna, Sydney, Berlin, Melbourne and Copenhagen on the UN’s Anti-Racism Day. Refugee speech A young refugee girl from Iraq, Amyna, spoke at the… Continue reading Refugees are Welcome Here
In a free two day event, speakers from Pisa, Sydney, Paris and more are set to talk about Hegel and the Concept of World History in a philosophical debate. Click here for the full programme for the event. At the Conference This two-day conference is going to address questions about the concept of world history in relation… Continue reading The International Workshop 14-15 April 2016