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Giving Peace a Chance in Danaan

Thursday, 27 June, 2019 - 14:57

In this post, Edinburgh Law School postgraduate student Phoebe Warren reflects on her experience of taking part in the peace process simulation ‘Building Inclusive Dialogue in Danaan’, organised as part of the 2019 Festival of Creative Learning. It is frequently bemoaned that theory-heavy subject areas such as politics and law rarely provide opportunities from within …

I’m Not Racist But….Re-Cap on Festival of Creative Learning

Thursday, 20 June, 2019 - 13:44

By Ellen Davis-Walker “bias is inevitable but can be addressed” Of all of the takeaways from our workshop (Wednesday the 20th of February) this was perhaps the most recurrent piece of feedback, and the key message we would pass on to all readers of this blog! When thinking about the sort of workshops needed to …

Bodies in the Anthropocene Workshop

Thursday, 13 June, 2019 - 09:16

By Patricia Wu Wu, a PhD candidate in Fashion within the School of Design (www.patriciawuwu.com), and Asad Khan, a PhD candidate in Architecture at the Edinburgh School of Architecture & Landscape Architecture (www.theentropyproject.com) Outline The Anthropocene is the geological epoch in which the collective actions of human activities have been the dominant influence on our …

Invisible Women: Talking about Menopause

Thursday, 6 June, 2019 - 15:42

By Kay Williams, Lesley Kelly and Daphne Loads Despite welcome changes in the way we think about women’s health and wellbeing, nevertheless in a recent STUC survey 32% of respondents said that menopause was treated negatively in their workplace and 63 % reported that it was treated as a joke. This can’t be good for …