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Fundraising Clinic – Crowd funding and Social Media

A First Friday event Crowd funding and Social Media are increasingly important for charities – this session will take you through how to create an effective crowd funding campaign and how to use social media to build an engaged online community around your organisation. Dolma Beresford, Director at The Meridian Trust, will tell you how to […]

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Reading Lab: Dieter Grimm, Sovereignty

Reading Lab: The Sovereignty Project During the 2015-2016 academic year, the King’s College Transnational Law Reading Laboratory will be focussing on the concept of Sovereignty, exploring its historical origins, normative implications and political contestations across a selection of writings in law, politics, philosophy, history and sociology. The meetings are open to everyone, with the only requirement being the […]


Freshfields Student Workshops – Dec 2013

Every year Freshfields holds workshops. These are for students keen to get a sense of what life as an international commercial lawyer would be like. They also give you an idea of how to prepare if you think you might want to apply for a training contract with us in the future. Join us on a […]

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Women’s Self Defence Classes

Dragons Women’s Self Defence will be running a 9 week self defence course at Westminster University, especially for female students (from any university). This will be a course for women to practice and learn self defence techniques in a safe space. With the endless sexual harassments women are subject to, the rapes, the Islamophobic attacks, the […]


Money laundering and tax havens in Europe: the need for a civil response

Mafias are often perceived as an Italian problem, or a Russian issue or something “imported”, rather than a deep-rooted issue to be dealt with in each corner of Europe. Particularly at a time of economic and welfare crisis, billions could be saved and reinvested through  a more coordinated and efficient fight against organised crime. For this to […]

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Residential eco seminar 8 – 12 June 2013

Between 8 – 12 June 2013, the ASHA Centre (an international NGO based in Gloucestershire) will host a seminar on Education for Sustainable Development, funded by the European Union’s Youth in Action Training and Co-operation Plan (TCP). Selected participants will have the opportunity to take part in field trips across the Forest of Dean and to engage […]


Academy Scholarship Programme

Institute of Ideas – Weekend Academy Do you have a passion for the greatest works in the classical, literary, historical and philosophical canon? Does the idea of grappling with the complexities of human nature through the works of Cicero and Plato, Thomas Hobbes and Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Franz Kafka and Thomas Mann, Sigmund Freud and Friedrich […]

nGO HUMAN – European Human Rights Exchange

If you are free between Thursday 7 – Thursday 14 March and able to travel to Krakow (Poland), student  group AEGEE-Kraków are organising a Human Rights  youth exchange. Total cost is 100 euros (approx £88). This includes, accommodation, all meals, social program and workshop materials. Travel to Poland is not included but flights to Krakow […]

Calling Environmentalists – Study Session in Budapest

This study session aims to promote active youth participation in environmental human rights education and peaceful activism. TITLE: “Youth encountering environmental human rights” DATE: Sunday 24. February – Saturday 2nd March 2013 VENUE: European Youth Centre Budapest ORGANISERS: International Young Nature Friends (IYNF) and the European Youth Foundation We have prepared this activity for youth workers, […]

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Youth Enterprise Live 2012

Youth Enterprise Live 2012 is an event focussing on employment, education and enterprise for 18-30 year olds and brings together a collective audience of solution suppliers and young people to define and determine a more productive and resolute future. A creation from heart and passion to deal with the pitfalls of young people entering into […]