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News | Climate communications research by Julie Doyle informs the UN IPCC Sixth Assessment Report

April 2022   Research on climate communications by CSECP‘s Co-Director, Julie Doyle, has informed the recommendations for climate mitigation activities in the UN IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) Sixth Assessment Report, Working Group III (2022). Published every five to… Continue Reading →

Workshop | Exploring water through film – 21 May 2022

  ‘Exploring water through film’ workshop Organised by Lilith Archive & Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics Part of the Brighton Fringe   Workshop date: 21 May 2022 16:00 – 18:00 Event location: ONCA Barge, Brighton Marina, The Waterfront, BN2… Continue Reading →

News | Congratulations Andrea García González

Centre SCDTP postdoctoral fellow (2020-21) Andrea García González has been awarded a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship for her project ‘Memory Reimagined: Gender and Intersectionality in Participatory Memory Configuration’. The interdisciplinarity of the project and its contribution to future research in… Continue Reading →

News | Framing climate as a security issue – commentary by Francesca Kilpatrick

Photo by History in HD on Unsplash CSECP member Francesca Kilpatrick has written a new article reflecting on the value of framing climate change as a security issue, for Rethinking Security, a network of UK-based organisations, academics and activists working… Continue Reading →

News | Welcome to CSECP Visiting Doctoral Student, James Jackson

We are delighted to welcome James Jackson as a Visiting Doctoral Student in the Centre for Spatial, Environmental and Cultural Politics from April-June 2022. James is a political economist visiting from the University of Sheffield and the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute… Continue Reading →

Event | 31 March 2022 Workshop ‘Spaces of Criticality: Writing about Creative Practice’

Image credit: Vesislava Zheleva ‘Spaces of Criticality: Writing about Creative Practice’ With Lizzie Lloyd 10am-12.30pm, Thursday 31st March 2022, FREE Venue: Onca Barge at Brighton Marina, UK ‘Spaces of Criticality: Writing about Creative Practice’ is a workshop exploring approaches to writing about research… Continue Reading →

Teaching | Quantitative Methods for Migration – Nichola Khan

SECP Co-director Nichola Khan shares a syllabus she designed on Quantitative Methods for Migration   This course will introduce you to some common quantitative research methods in migration studies. You will critically evaluate approaches to interpreting, using, and also producing… Continue Reading →

Event | 8 December 2021, Reflections on COP26: What Next?

2pm-4pm Wednesday 8 December 2021 Online via MS Teams Please email CentreSECP@brighton.ac.uk for the joining link SECP are hosting an informal workshop intended as a space to reflect on COP26.  We will loosely structure the session around a number of themes… Continue Reading →

News | CentreSECP director, Dr Nichola Khan, discusses the Afghan migrant experience on BBC Radio

The University of Brighton’s Dr Nichola Khan features on Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed on 6 October 2021, discussing the experience of Afghan migrants in England.   Dr Khan is Reader in Anthropology and Psychology in the School of Humanities and… Continue Reading →

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