Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

Health Inequalities: New Methods, Better Insights?

A new generation of scientific methods is improving our understanding of health inequalities in Europe, but investment in data infrastructure is needed to make use of its potential for informing policymaking, a new report claims.
 
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The Morality of Advocacy: Hamlyn Lecture Series 2021

What are the ethics of the advocate whose task is to be argumentative, inquisitive, indignant, flattering or apologetic - as the occasion demands - on behalf of the person who pays for her voice? 

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A Celebration: T. H. Parry-Williams

A conference to celebrate the centenary of the appointment of T. H. Parry-Williams as Professor of Welsh at Aberystwyth University.

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Cymmrodorion Lecture Series: Programme Announced

The line-up for the Cymmrodorion lecture series, 2021-22, has been announced and it's a fascinating one: well-being, politics, literature, archaeology, stained glass windows and women in medieval Wales are all covered.

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‘Pandemics and More: Learning from Crises’

4.00pm - 5.30pm, 19th October

How we can learn from history to emerge stronger from our current period of crisis is the subject of a Learned Society of Wales lecture event, featuring Professor Margaret MacMillan.

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