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‘Turkish Opening to Africa: Challenges and Opportunities for the African Students in the Turkish Capital’ ISRU Work-In-Progress Seminar with Dr Engin Akcay 30.10.2019

Posted on 26 November 2019 by Rosa Maryon

Turkish Opening to Africa: Challenges and Opportunities for the African Students in the Turkish Capital Dr Engin Akcay 30.10.2019 On the 30th of October, Dr Engin Akcay presented his draft paper ‘Turkish Opening to Africa: Challenges and Opportunities for the African Students in the Turkish Capital’ at the first ISRU Work-In-Progress Seminar of the new academic
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ISRU Seminar/Lecture Series Autumn 2019

Posted on 16 October 2019 by Rosa Maryon

ISRU has a terrific program of work-in-progress (WIP) seminars lined up for the autumn semester (see below). Additionally, we are excited to announce that Professor Kate Bedford from Birmingham University will deliver our annual Frontiers in International Relations Lecture. She will be speaking on “Gambling, Law, and Political Economy” on Wednesday 20 November at 4pm
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Celebrating publications from ISRU members that resulted from Work-In-Progress Seminar Series paper presentations

Posted on 22 May 2019 by Rosa Maryon

ISRU’s goals are to create a vibrant intellectual environment at Cardiff, support the production of world-class research, and build Cardiff’s reputation for research excellence in the area of International Studies. As the 2018/19 academic year draws to a close, we wish to thank all those that have presented, served as discussant or have attended at
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‘Africa Needs Many Lawyers Trained for the Need of their Peoples’ by Professor John Harrington and Professor Ambreena Manji published in the American Journal of Legal History

Posted on 14 May 2019 by Rosa Maryon

In 2016, Professor John Harrington and Professor Ambreena Manji presented at the ISRU’s Work-In-Progress seminar as part of the development stage for their article entitled ‘‘Africa Needs Many Lawyers Trained for the Need of their Peoples: Struggles over Legal Education in Kwame Nkrumah’s Ghana’. This article has recently been published in the American Journal of Legal
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