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FoI 2018

Festival of Ideas 2018

Programmed by Edge Hill University’s Research Institutes, the Festival of Ideas is a series of talks, exhibitions and performances to engage academics, students and members of the public in conversations upon a common theme.

This year throughout May and June, the festival will explore the prism of Equalities, incorporating the 100th anniversary of women of a certain criteria getting the vote, as well as responding to other current topics in the media. It aims to open up interdisciplinary debate about past injustices and what can be done to work together to formulate an equitable future society.

Academics from the university will present their most current and innovative research to a public audience, in an accessible and interactive environment. The Festival invites special guest speakers and performers to join the discussion to entertain and inspire.

EQUALITIES draws on academic strands within the University’s three research institutes:

  • The Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P)
    Cross-disciplinary research and knowledge exchange.
  • The Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE)
    Connecting the University to the creative industries.
  • The Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI)
    Driving improvements in health and social care.

Food for Thought – vegan festival

The food festival will take place alongside a programme of stimulating events which take a look at themes of ‘Modern Feminism’ and ‘Individual Equalities’, relating to the Festival of Ideas overarching theme of Equalities.

Exhibitions

All of the Festival of Ideas exhibitions are free to attend. Each exhibition has an accompanying event where the artist’s and/or the curators will in discussion about the work displayed.


The Great Get Together

22nd June 2018
16:00
The Great Get Together is an annual countrywide celebration of the life and beliefs of the late Jo Cox MP who was murdered in 2016.

Neoliberalism, Marketisation and Higher Education

14th June 2018
18:00
For the past ten years Professor Roger Brown has been studying and writing about the marketisation of higher education (both internationally and in Britain), economic inequality and, most recently, Neoliberalism. This lecture will tease out the various connections between them.

ArtsEqual

13th June 2018
09:00
The event will explore the contribution of the arts and arts psychotherapies to equality, mainly from social, disability and gender perspectives through presentations, performances, workshops, installations and films.  

Understanding Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation in Sport

12th June 2018
09:00
The event builds on nearly two decades of research and activism in this field at Edge Hill. Insights from this research will be shared, alongside guest speakers who have personal and professional experience of sexual abuse and child protection in sport.

Gender Equality and Modernity?

12th June 2018
17:30
Gender equality is often claimed as a core value of modern or Western society.  As we celebrate the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, Professor Anne Phillips of the London School of Economics provides a moment to reflect on just how much credence we can give to that claim.

At the End of My Hands

11th June 2018
17:30
An award-winning original theatre production exploring stories about deaf culture, communication and the unique history of sign language in New Zealand.

Motherhood and Modernity: The forgotten songs and piano works of Ethel Leginska

9th June 2018
14:30
In this concert, Edge Hill’s Dr Lee Tsang explores aspects of Leginska’s appealing and distinctive compositional voice by introducing today’s audiences to the musical imagery of her forgotten songs and piano works. There is also an exhibition on 21st May, which provides new insight into Leginska’s activities and relationships, her constructed image(s) and ‘voice(s)’ and their contexts.

In Conversation: Professor Green on Working Class White Men

7th June 2018
18:30
Professor Green will be in conversation with Dr Eleanor Peters and Grace Robinson about the struggles for today’s youth and what more can be done to bring equality into today’s society.

Reducing Health Inequalities through a Joined-Up Approach: An emergency services perspective

7th June 2018
16:00
The emergency services are increasingly focused on service integration and the need to use a shared strategy to proactively concentrate services on vulnerable communities with high service demand. The event will provide a platform to debate and generate ideas in which stakeholders can work together to improve the health and well-being of the populations being served.

The Relationship Between Music and Crime

6th June 2018
18:00
Dr Eleanor Peters will discuss the use of music in crime control, prevention and punishment, and will explore blatant misuses of music for harmful ends, many of which contravene people’s human rights and civil liberties.

Spaces: imagining inclusion and belonging

5th June 2018
11:00
The Research in Special Education (RISE) project investigates the variety of perspectives and experiences regarding the concepts of inclusion and exclusion. A week-long collaboration between Tate Liverpool and Edge Hill University, the project will use photo elicitation methods with children and young people, their parents and teachers.

Football is their Medication

5th June 2018
12:00
Dr Paul Simpson and Dr Michael Richards discuss the health narratives of individuals facing disadvantage because of economic hardship and/or mental health difficulty.

Changing Behaviour to Improve Health: Towards the Future

5th June 2018
18:00
Professor Susan Michie will discuss how understanding and changing patterns of behaviour are key to promoting health and well-being.

Foreign Film Festival

4th June 2018
13:00
A showcase of foreign films exploring what equality means to various cultures, and to humanity itself, introduced by Professor Matthew Pateman, Head of the Media Department at Edge Hill University.

Reinterpreting Diversity: Transforming Lives and Society

3rd June 2018
16:00
The view from Positive Psychology is that everyone has their own ‘personal best’ strengths and that they will thrive and be more productive if they can craft their lives to spend more time on them.

Outbreak: Antibiotic Resistance and the Hunt for New Antibiotics

3rd June 2018
11:00
Antibiotic resistance is a serious global problem, with the potential to affect anyone, of any age, in any country. Dr Lorena Fernández-Martínez’s research focuses on the search for new antibiotics.

No, Donald, global warming is not an expensive hoax, see!

3rd June 2018
12:00
Decades of scientific investigation have not yet succeeded in countering all climate change scepticism, but it can be hard to argue with a perfectly painted picture.

Human-robot Social Interactions: The Future of Robotics and Automaton in Social Care

3rd June 2018
14:00
This seminar provides a rare opportunity to learn about different types of robots which could be engaged in social care, whether in home or in institutions, and to interact with Edge Hill's very own automaton, Robbie the Nao robot.

Inequality of Opportunity: Does Implicit Bias Hold the Key?

3rd June 2018
13:00
Despite efforts to deal with the under-representation of Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) staff at senior grades in higher education (and elsewhere), progress to date has been limited. Professor Geoff Beattie will explore and discuss potential explanations.

Unite or Unravel? The Future of the European Union

3rd June 2018
14:00
Following a series of global crises, the increasingly uncertain future of the European Union, and Europe itself, has generated an important academic debate. Will the European Union survive? If so, in what shape? If not, will anything replace it?

Autism: A Curious Case of the Human Mind

3rd June 2018
15:00
After witnessing the effects of autism on his brother’s life, Edge Hill University student Tom Griffiths decided to create a film in an effort to learn more about, and raise awareness of, the neurological condition which affects so many people.

#IsMisogynyTrending? Social Media Abuse and Trolling Women

2nd June 2018
12:00
In this public lecture, Laura Bliss aims to expose the sexist and misogynistic abuse women are exposed to everyday on social media and why as a society we need to do more to combat this.

Consumable Women: Gender and Consumer Culture Theory

2nd June 2018
14:00
This event focuses on the representation of women in media and the marketplace, including their influence on consumer culture.

404 Ink on the Nasty Woman phenomenon

2nd June 2018
17:00
With intolerance and inequality increasingly normalised by the day, it's more important than ever to share real experiences and hold the truth to account in the midst of sensationalism and international political turmoil.

Votes for Women? Don’t Make Me Laugh

2nd June 2018
18:00
This exhibition will enable visitors to view a selection of the cartoons, hear from experts, and discuss how successfully the messages were conveyed.

Mrs Pankhurst’s Players presents: Votes for Women!

2nd June 2018
19:30
Students from Edge Hill’s Drama Department celebrate the legacy of the Actresses' Franchise League (AFL), who supported women's suffrage, by staging Elizabeth Robins' classic play Votes for Women!

Fabric of Protest

2nd June 2018
14:00
Come and take part in an artist-led, family-friendly workshop that will encourage creativity as well as enable you to express your views on issues that you feel strongly about.

Cegin y Capel: The Chapel Kitchen

2nd June 2018
11:00
Building on the performance Cartref presented at last year’s Festival of Ideas, Cegin y capel documents a short series of performance interventions located in chapel kitchens in Liverpool and North Wales.

Young Women – Leaders of Today, Not Just Tomorrow

2nd June 2018
11:30
This workshop aims to bring together young women leaders and champions of young women’s leadership to talk about what is working in strengthening young women’s leadership, and to explore how to address the barriers that remain.

Everything that I'm Not

2nd June 2018
13:00
Everything That I’m Not is an experimental documentary that centres on three Butch/Femme and Stud/Fem lesbian couples.

The Chocolate Complex: Heart Health and Hormones

2nd June 2018
16:00
Could chocolate really be the next super food?!

Who are the New ‘Boat People’? Unheard Stories from Rohingya, the Fastest Growing Refugee Crisis

1st June 2018
18:30
Coordinated by Dr Tasleem Shakur, Inequalities within Apparent Equalities will be an evening of panel discussions and performances, culminating in a screening of a Rohingya documentary.

Yellow is the New Blackface

1st June 2018
14:00
This discussion will explore case studies of recent examples of whitewashing in Hollywood and yellowface on stage and screen in the UK.

Artistic Methodologies for Social Justice Symposium

1st June 2018
12:00
This symposium brings together a number of academics, practitioners and artists to discuss the work that they are involved in

Transmission Lifelines: Modern Slavery, Freedom and the ‘Waiting Place’

1st June 2018
14:00
This exhibition presents images created by survivors of trafficking and modern slavery as part of a participatory Arts-based research, conducted in collaboration with City Hearts (Liverpool).

Undoing Theology: Sex and Christianity

31st May 2018
18:00
Dr Chris Greenough (Senior Lecturer in Theology and Religion, Edge Hill University) engages with individuals whose gender and/or sexuality challenge the positional statements from mainstream Christian denominations.

Managing Macho Mentalities: A Feminisation of TV Production Schedules

29th May 2018
12:00
In this lecture, Perelandra Beedles (Programme Leader in Television Production Management, Edge Hill University) asks: by creating filming schedules which favour those with few caring responsibilities, are we effectively barring female workers from certain projects?

What’s the Emergency: Blue Light Services in Crisis?

24th May 2018
17:00
This talk will be analysing research evidence on the important issue of workforce development, and will suggest measures for addressing concerns

Why Greater Equality for Better Mental Health is Everyone’s Business: Cross Sector Learning from Sport, Education and Public Health

23rd May 2018
11:00
This workshop brings together representatives from across the public, private and voluntary sectors to examine the impact of inequalities on mental health, mental illness and suicide in local and national contexts

The Dark Side of Exercise Nobody Wants You to Know!

23rd May 2018
18:00
Dr Andrew Levy (Reader in Psychology, Edge Hill University) will critically inform the audience of the inconsistent nature of contemporary perceptions associated with exercise behaviour as a medical cure.

Geoff Beattie: The Body's Little Secrets

22nd May 2018
18:00
Part Lucky Jim, part culture clash, this is an autobiographical novel by one of Britain’s most distinguished psychologists

Merseyside health – why is it worse than elsewhere?

21st May 2018
18:30
This round table event discusses health inequalities in Merseyside

Challenging Climate Change, and the Animal-Industrial Complex: From Education to Empathy

18th May 2018
10:00
Raising key questions around animal ethics and when children should be introduced to these issues.

Small Children, Tiny Voices? The Inequalities Young Children Can Face During Healthcare Procedure

18th May 2018
13:00
An exciting workshop that will engage debate and discussion with the audience through the use of real healthcare scenarios and situations

Raising the Voice of Children in the Youth Justice System

18th May 2018
18:00
Liam Hill and Sean Creaney discuss the challenges promoting children’s voices in a risk-focused context of youth justice.

Festival of Ideas Launch Event

17th May 2018
18:00
Join us to discover what this year's Festival of Ideas programme has to offer, with a special performance by the Edge Hill University Big Band.

Film Screening - My Letter to the World

17th May 2018
19:30
Emily Dickinson has spent the 130 years since her death unfairly pigeonholed as the strange recluse in white. Filmed in her home town of Amherst, Massachusetts, this documentary is an in-depth exploration of her life and work.

FoI 2017

Festival of Ideas 2017


During June 2017 Edge Hill University will be  hosting its second Festival of Ideas which will explore themes of Identity and Belonging in a stimulating programme of debates, talks, films, exhibitions, round-tables and performances.

IDENTITY draws on academic strands within the University’s three research institutes and is a response to public discussions about, and intellectual speculation on, what makes us who we are. The programme will look at Identity as incomplete, protean, restless, open-ended, flexible, and versatile… existing in fluidity rather than ‘fixed’ characteristics.

Ideas around patient identity will be explored, focusing on the importance of the patient voice, which can easily be overlooked in a metrics-driven health and social care system, and the individual needs, values, beliefs, preferences and social circumstances that underpin personalised treatment and care.

The Festival will open up debates on gender fluidity and non-binary sexualities, on the current momentum of political fluidity using Scottish independence and Brexit as examples of the concept of conflicting and mutating notions of identity, as well as the contrasting ideas of identity shaped by class, age, gender, sexuality or disability. It will also look at the way in which place affects identity, examining the ‘North’ in the wake of the Northern Powerhouse, the diasporic cultures of exile and displacement prompted by global migration, and the concept of regional, urban or rural identities.

As we enter an era where our identity will be increasingly defined and decoded by the algorithms of artificial intelligence, how will human beings respond to the impact of technological classification? #EHUIdentity

Leonora Carrington Centenary Symposium

30th June 2017
09:00
Leonora Carrington Centenary Symposium

Festival of Ideas Closing Party

30th June 2017
17:00
Join us in the Red Bar for a BBQ and Prosecco as the Festival of Ideas 2017 draws to a close.

What Do We Need to Create a Good Society?

29th June 2017
16:00
What Do We Need to Create a Good Society? - The Webb Memorial Trust

STUCK

28th June 2017
17:00
Using digital video technology, soundscape and live performance, STUCK is an autobiographical journey depicting the gradual decline of the artist’s mother from advancing dementia. TICKETS FREE!

Medea / Mothers' Clothes

28th June 2017
18:00
Edge Hill's Dr Lena Simic's performance re-envisages this mythical character and explores concepts of motherhood, intimately portraying the life of a contemporary mother living in a foreign country. TICKETS are FREE!

Wellbeing or Flourishing?

27th June 2017
13:00
Wellbeing or Flourishing? The Role of Identity in the Era of Health Care Austerity - Dr Andrew Edgar

Athena SWAN Annual Lecture

26th June 2017
18:00
'Bugs, bites and parasites' - Professor Janet Hemingway, CBE

The Psychology of Language and Communication

23rd June 2017
18:00
The Psychology of Language and Communication - Professor Geoff Beattie

Identity Crisis

22nd June 2017
19:00
Phina Oruche is having an identity crisis. Best known for her role as aloof supermodel Liberty Baker in ITV1 drama Footballers’ Wives, Phina, now in her 40s, has started to question who she really is. TICKETS FREE!

Creating a Social Identity for COPD

21st June 2017
10:00
Creating a Social Identity for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Patients Attending Pulmonary Exercise Rehabilitation - Dr Andrew Levy

In Flux: The Queering of Race and Gender

21st June 2017
14:00
In Flux: The Queering of Race and Gender - Scent of an Orchid

I Am Not Your Negro - Film Screening plus Q&A

21st June 2017
18:00
Prompted by James Baldwin’s writing, Raoul Peck’s Oscar-nominated documentary has been dubbed a ‘cinematic séance’, and hailed as one of the best films about the American Civil Rights era. Not to be missed! Cert: 12A TICKETS FREE!

Cartref

21st June 2017
19:00
Set when the foundations of Welsh National Identity were laid, Cartref explores Wales’ most influential migrant community, the Liverpool Welsh. Presented by Theatr Gadair Ddu, TICKETS FREE!

Driving Innovation in Healthcare Research

20th June 2017
11:00
Driving Innovation in Healthcare Research - Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI)

Shifting Identities

20th June 2017
11:00
Shifting Identities: Exploring the experiences of children with illness or disability and their parents

Sowing Seeds - Walk the Plank and Burscough Community Farm

20th June 2017
18:00
Sowing Seeds - Walk the Plank and Burscough Community Farm

Changing Identities of Emergency Services Workers: The Need for a New Thinking

19th June 2017
14:00
Changing Identities of Emergency Services Workers: The Need for a New Thinking - Professor Paresh Wankhade

Limits and Possibilities: Difference, Identity, and the Public in Post-Liberal Britain

19th June 2017
18:00
Limits and Possibilities: Difference, Identity, and the Public in Post-Liberal Britain - Professor Victor Merriman

We’re Not English, We’re Cornish - Stargazy Pie and Sauerkraut

19th June 2017
19:30
A Cornish fisherman, resentful of all that it means to be regarded as English, befriends an elderly German film actress, in exile from her homeland. Written by James Stock, EHU Senior Drama Lecturer. TICKETS FREE! Please note that this is a rehearsed reading.

The Mersey Sound at 50

17th June 2017
17:30
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Mersey Sound, one of the world's most influential anthologies with Catherine Marcangeli and Paul Farley in Conversation with EHU's Prof Roger Shannon. TICKETS FREE!

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Roger McGough

17th June 2017
19:30
‘I spent the summer with Monika and Monika spent the summer with me’. McGough reads his magical and iconic 1967 tale of love as the RLPO’s Ensemble 10/10 plays composer's Andy Roberts’ original accompanying music. TICKETS FREE! 'SOLD OUT' - Contact the Box Office to go on waiting list on 01695 584480.

We Need to Belong: Finding One's Personality, Sharing Life Stories in a Community

15th June 2017
13:00
We Need to Belong: Finding One's Personality, Sharing Life Stories in a Community - Professor Colwyn Trevarthen

Patient Choice, Expectation and Informed Consent in the Evolving World of Healthcare

14th June 2017
18:00
Patient Choice, Expectation and Informed Consent in the Evolving World of Healthcare - Professor Tim Woolford

In Context - Jigsaw Artists Collective

13th June 2017
10:00
In Context - Jigsaw Artists Collective

The White Man’s Dog

13th June 2017
17:00
The White Man’s Dog: Transatlantic Slavery and the Moving Image - Dr Jenny Barrett

Shifting the Curve: A Scottish Approach to Developing Anti-Poverty Work

13th June 2017
18:00
Shifting the Curve: A Scottish Approach to Developing Anti-Poverty Work - Naomi Eisenstadt CB

Publishing the North

12th June 2017
18:00
Is there such a thing as ‘northern writing’? How do northern publishers cultivate an identity that is both local and international? What do small publishers have to offer that the big conglomerates don’t? TICKETS FREE!

Writing the Self - The Narrative Research Group of Edge Hill Writers

12th June 2017
19:30
Exploring themes of identity, place and sexuality, audience members will be enraptured by lively fiction readings celebrating the multiplicity of identities which we inhabit in writing. TICKETS FREE!

British Contemporary Islamic Art - Zahir Rafiq

12th June 2017
10:00
British Contemporary Islamic Art - Zahir Rafiq

Dance Movement Psychotherapy and Psycho-Trauma

9th June 2017
13:00
Dance Movement Psychotherapy and Psycho-Trauma: Moving Through the Therapeutic Landscape - Caroline Galon

Eliciting Identities through Creative Practice

9th June 2017
14:00
Eliciting Identities through Creative Practice - Francesca Bernardi

Remember Me

9th June 2017
10:00
Remember Me - Professor Helen Newall

Identity as Best Interests?

8th June 2017
16:00
Identity as Best Interests? Parentage, Protection and Kinship Ties: The need for legislative reform - Jacqueline Williamson, CEO of Kinship Care, Northern Ireland

Exclaim!

8th June 2017
18:00
Don't miss this chance to view some of the most exciting student work including Music, Dance, Film and Television, Drama, Advertising, Musical Theatre, and Computing degree programmes. TICKETS FREE!

A Quiet Passion - Film Screening and Q&A

7th June 2017
18:00
A Quiet Passion traces the life of the acclaimed and notoriously reclusive American poet, Emily Dickinson. Producers, Roy Boulter and Sol Papadopoulos, and Director of EHU's Institute for Creative Enterprise, Prof Roger Shannon, introduce this special screening. TICKETS FREE!

Festival of Ideas Launch Event

7th June 2017
17:00
You are invited to attend the launch of Edge Hill University’s second annual Festival of Ideas.

 

FoI 2016

Festival of Ideas 2016

Edge Hill University launches its first Festival of Ideas in 2016 with a diverse range of events exploring culture, health and society. The main theme is Imagining Better – envisioning ways for communities, arts and healthcare to develop and flourish, even in times of austerity and inequality.

Imagining Better will be a festival of creative thinking for challenging times, making space for crucial conversations and new ideas for the arts, healthcare and public policy.

Imagining Better has been programmed by Edge Hill University’s three cross-disciplinary research institutes and includes the University’s Spring Programme of Professorial lectures and a strand of arts activity.



He Named Me Malala
ICE and I4P Film Screening – Speakers include Oscar-winning film producer Mia Bays, Birds Eye View
Wednesday 20th January 2016 – 3:00 – 5:30pm

The Role and Relevance of Psychology in Today’s World
Guest Lecture – Professor Jamie Hacker Hughes

Suffragette
ICE and I4P Film Screening – Speakers include Oscar-winning film producer Mia Bays, Birds Eye View and Gail Heath, CEO of The Pankhurst Trust
Wednesday 20th January 2016 – 7:00 – 9:30pm

Cultural Policies, Regional Development and Inequalities
ICE Public Lecture – Professor Kate Oakley, University of Leeds
Wednesday 3rd February 2016 – 6:30pm – 8:00pm

53rd Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour
Wednesday 3rd February 7.30pm

Exhibition – Street View
Thursday 4th February 2016 – 9:00am – 6:00pm

Exhibition – Close to Home: Between The Tides
Close to Home: Between the Tides – Karen Shepherdson
Thursday 4th February 2016 – 9:00am – 8th Feb 2016, 6:00pm

An Extravaganza Celebration of Chinese New Year 2016
Thursday 4th February – 5.00pm

The Art of the Demographic Dividend
Faculty of Health and Social Care Guest Lecture – Professor Desmond O’Neill
Thursday 4th February 2016 – 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Thinking outside of the box – ideas, multi-disciplinary and collaboration in health research
Faculty of Health and Social Care Workshop – Professor Sally Spencer
Tuesday 9th February 2016 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Inequality: The Enemy Between Us
I4P 3rd Annual Lecture – Professor Kate Pickett, University of York
Tuesday 9th February 2016 – 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Pitch Black: The Story of Black British Footballers
I4P Public Lecture – Emy Onuora and Peter Hooton in Conversation
Wednesday 10th February 2016 – 5:30pm – 8:00pm

Childhood Studies, Childhood Sociology and Social Justice
Inaugural Lecture Series – Professor Tom Cockburn
Thursday 11th February 2016 – 6:00pm – 7:15pm

In Conversation with Jonathan Coe
Thursday 11th February 2016 – 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Disruptive change: a social good or a waste of people’s lives?
I4P Public Lecture – Professor Carolyn Kagan, Manchester Metropolitan University
Tuesday 16th February 2016 – 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Universities and Communities – Together, Tethered or Torn?
I4P Public Lecture – Professor Thomas A. Bryer, University of Central Florida
Monday 22nd February 2016 – 1:00pm – 2:00pm

Symposium – Taking it to the Streets: Empowering Interactions with the Urban Environment
Dr Andrea Capstick, Bradford University and Morag Rose, University of Sheffield
Tuesday 23rd February 2016 – 6:00pm – 7:15pm

Alzheimer’s Research UK
Faculty of Health and Social Care Guest Lecture – Dr Simon Ridley
Thursday 25th February 2016 – 5:30 – 8:00pm

In Conversation with Terence Davies
ICE Guest Lecture – Terence Davies
Thursday 25th February 2016 – 6:30 – 8:00pm

Economic Inequality: A messy social problem
I4P Public Lecture – Dr Nat O’Connor, Ulster University
Tuesday 1st March 2016 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm

New British Cinema: A Resurgence of Independent Cinema?
Book Reading – Professor Jason Wood, Manchester Metropolitan University
Wednesday 2nd March 2016 – 6:30pm – 8:00pm

The Human Touch
Faculty of Health and Social Care Performance – Breathe Out Theatre
Wednesday 9th March 2016 – 5:00pm – 8:00pm

Strategic leadership for the management of emergency services: case for a new research agenda
Inaugural Lecture – Professor Paresh Wankhade
Thursday 10th March 2016 – 6:00pm – 7:15pm

Portraits of British Muslims –  Zahir Rafiq
Exhibition – Portraits of British Muslims
Monday 14th March 2016 – 9:00am – Friday 1st April 6:00pm

If integration is the answer, what was the question? What next for health and social care partnerships
I4P Public Lecture – Professor Jon Glasby, University of Birmingham
Thursday 14th April 2016 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm