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During January and February 2013, Dr Chuck Thiessen and Laura Payne completed an assessment report of the Dutch-led police training activities and justice support work in Kunduz province in northern Afghanistan.
In the first seminar on 21 February Dr Pam Lowe (Aston University) and Geraldine Brown (SURGE) presented papers on ‘Exploring the concept of sexual exploitation’. A number of interesting and thought-provoking issues were raised regarding sexual exploitation.
Intrigue 2013 open day for business at the Faculty of Engineering and Computing
A Coventry University professor’s study on how to build a successful business while maintaining employee wellbeing has been voted the ‘must read’ article of the year by UK managers.
CPRS has welcomed its first research exchange participant from AAUJ – Dr. Ayman Haidaria (Associate Professor in International Relations and Political Science), from Feb. 17 – March 17, 2013. Dr. Haidaria’s visit is funded by a Marie Curie IRSES grant, ‘Perspectives of Conflict Transformation from the Middle East and Europe (CTMEE).
Cogent Computing ARC wins most innovative consultant award in the Housing Innovation Awards 2013 held on the 13th Feb 2013
HRH the Princess Royal opens the new Engineering and Computing Building on 8 February 2013.
A group of criminology students from Coventry University met with a leading judge and advocate for juvenile justice on a fact finding trip to New York.
Coventry University academics Craig Barber and Andrew Spackman, otherwise known as artistic duo The Habsburgs, present a new exhibition at mac birmingham.
In February, Professor Alpaslan Ozerdem and Chas Morrison from CPRS were hosted by Stellenbosch University in South Africa, to start a 4-year Marie Curie IRSES project.
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