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Action against climate change
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Politics students collect research data and distribute surveys at the London climate change march in December 2009. The students’ analysis forms part of wider research into protest movements.

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Action against higher tuition fees cuts
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Social Sciences students collect data and conduct interviews with protesters at the first big demonstration against cuts to funding to Higher Education in November 2010. The students’ analysis forms part of wider research into protest movements.

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Baroness Julia Neuberger - Faith and Politics: Do religious groups play a major role in the United Kingdom
Filmed lecture from 2009, as part of the annual Hansard Lecture series, Baroness Julia Neuberger DBE presents ideas on religion and religious groups, and their role in Britain and British politics.

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Citizenship Day for local schools
PhD students Anjelica Finnegan and Emily Rainsford put on a Society and Community event for three local schools; debating issues of citizenship, and how the pupils would like to contribute to their local, national and international communities in the coming year.

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Director of Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, in conversation with Professor Gerry Stoker
Recorded in July 2010 and following her honorary doctorate, Director of Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, in conversation with Professor Gerry Stoker discusses personal liberty and national security.

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Director of Liberty, Shami Chakrabati, receives an honorary doctorate at Southampton
Recorded in July 2010, Director of Liberty, Shami Chakrabati accepts an honorary doctorate at Southampton.

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London May Day labour protest
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Politics students collect data at the May Day Labour demonstration in May 2010; about the nature of the march, a full list of slogans, chants, speakers and details of organisations present.

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Philosophy of Religion. Is religious faith irrational?
Dr Genia Schonbaumsfeld discusses religious faith, and what it means to argue for and against the existence of God; of an experience of faith beyond the evidence of natural science, in a talk held as part of the John Hansard Gallery, Philosophy Café series.

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Philosophy of Sex. Does monogamy make sense?
Dr Fiona Wollard asks whether monogamy makes sense; in a talk held as part of the John Hansard Gallery, Philosophy Café series.

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TNMundi: Music and Migration
The TNMundi project explores what it means to be a musician who lives and works in transnational networks.

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The Sociolinguistics Symposium 18: SS18, Europe’s premier conference on language in society
Sociolinguistics is about the relationship between language and society. Recorded in 2010, the conference explored the ways social structure is affected by verbal practices and the relationship between language and migration, and the role of cities to this relationship.

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The vigil against hate crime in Trafalgar Square
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest', Social Sciences students collect data and conduct interviews with protesters to research the motivations behind protest. The analysis of the survey results reveals who takes part in protest and why.

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Unite against fascism
As part of the European research project ‘caught in the act of protest’, Social Sciences students collect research data and evidence during a demonstration held in London against the far right.

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