Building Resilience event highlights the benefits of collaboration in responding to natural disasters
Researchers from across the UK, the globe and from a wide variety of disciplines gathered last week to address the building of resilience to environmental hazards, both natural and man-made, in developing countries.
Why Frankenstein still stalks readers 200 years later
With Frankenstein Mary Shelley created not only a literary classic, but also an enduringly poignant antiheroic character in the manmade monster who still stalks popular culture today – 200 years after the book was first published in 1818
Empowering crafts women to embrace new approaches to design and support poverty alleviation
The AHRC-ESRC funded research project The Value of Culture in Conflict, led by Dr Neelam Raina from Middlesex University, works with local NGO SABAH to support female entrepreneurship in design in the Neelum Valley.
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