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Racism's impact on international politics explored in new webinar series by LSE IDEAS

LSE IDEAS @lseideas (The London School of Economics’ foreign policy think tank) is launching a webinar series to discuss the subjects of racism and international politics. Alongside COVID-19, the killing of George Floyd, and subsequent demonstrations in response to it, have exposed the longstanding racism and racial inequality that persists in today’s society. In response to calls for change, LSE IDEAS is launching a series to investigate the impact of racism in politics and international relations.

Government of Antigua and Barbuda to support the establishment of a Centre of Excellence for Oceanography and the Blue Economy at the University of the West Indies Five Islands Campus

The Government of Antigua and Barbuda will be supporting the establishment of a Centre of Excellence for Oceanography and the Blue Economy at the University of the West Indies Five Islands Campus. The centre aims to advance intellectual progress and strengthen institutional capacity in the areas of marine science and the blue economy while capitalising on the economic opportunities for the Caribbean within this emerging sector.

Brexit is causing foreign academics to want to leave the UK, research reveals

New research from Vienna University of Economics and Business (@WU_Vienna) reveals that German expats working in academia are increasingly looking to leave UK due to #Brexit, with anti-foreigner sentiment playing a decisive role. 

LSE IDEAS announces new Jinnah Fellowship to increase understanding of Pakistan’s foreign policy

@LSEIDEAS (The London School of Economics and Political Science’s foreign policy think tank) is pleased to announce the launch of the Jinnah Postdoctoral Fellowship.

New Trinity Business School graduates use tech to help charities collect spare change in the social distancing era

Tackling the issues around collecting coins in a time of social distancing, graduates of @TCDBusiness’ MBA programme are helping charities collect donations through their start-up.

#FoA2020 Future of Apprenticeships Public Premiere #SkillsWorldLive

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