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Julie Doyle

Centreing Climate Justice in an Age of Covid-19 – Suzanne Dhaliwal

In 2020, the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics was delighted to host renowned intersectional climate justice activist and creative, Suzanne Dhaliwal, as a Visiting Fellow to the Centre. Suzanne is Co-Founder and Director of UK Tar Sands Network… Continue Reading →

Student research project on immigration detention

As a university Centre of Research and Enterprise Excellence we are keen to support and strengthen our collaborations with student researchers at all stages of their studies. This year, we were proud to offer a student research internship that enabled… Continue Reading →

From Climate Noise to Climate Communications: Centreing Climate Justice in an Age of Covid-19

Thursday 9 July,  3-5pm BST In this interactive online session, Suzanne Dhaliwal will share an overview of her practice and research as a climate justice organiser and producer, as part of her Visiting Fellowship at the Centre for Spatial, Environmental… Continue Reading →

‘Sounds to Keep’ – An exciting internship project on sound, community engagement and well-being

SECP Doctoral student, Bethan Prosser, has successfully secured internship funding from the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership to work on an exciting project that will explore the use of sound as a tool for community engagement, wellbeing and research.  Hosted… Continue Reading →

Join us: ‘Connecting young people and local nature’ symposium

The two-day event – ‘Connecting children and teenagers with local nature: UK research showcase and networking event’ – is co-organised by the University of Brighton’s Dr Rachel White (member of the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics) and Royal… Continue Reading →

Imagine alternative futures in the System Change HIVE

You are warmly invited to attend a Participatory Open Session for the System Change HIVE Arts Council funded project on Wednesday 15 May 4-6pm, Edward Street, University of Brighton. System Change HIVE, are a Brighton-based collective of young and established… Continue Reading →

Imagining zero-carbon economies of the future through art

The ‘System Change HIVE’ is a unique creative arts collaboration that brings together artists, communicators, researchers and mentors to explore, challenge, imagine and help create zero-carbon and socially just visions of the future through the use of art, Virtual Reality… Continue Reading →

CFP: Human and non-human migration and mobility symposium

Migration and Mobility Programme SECP Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics University of Brighton, 25 March 2019 CFP deadline: 20 January 2018 Migrations and mobility related to conflicts, large-scale urbanization, climate-change, environmental degradation, and vast economic inequalities between the… Continue Reading →

Collaborative Future Fictions

The Collaborative Future Fictions symposium celebrated the culmination of a series of workshops that ran from November 2017 to May 2018. It was an afternoon and evening of workshops, presentations and performance that continued to explore sym-fictions and speculative and… Continue Reading →

New funding for energy justice research

New University of Brighton Lecturer and SECP member, Kirsten Jenkins, has gained early funding success for her work on smart technologies and Energy Justice. Kirsten, who joined the University as a Lecturer in the School of Environment and Technology this… Continue Reading →

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