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Coventry students address United Nations global conference on the legacy of the slave trade

Two Coventry school pupils have addressed a prestigious United Nations conference thanks to the support of the University of Warwick’s Colonial Hangover project, based within the Department of Politics and International Studies. Just five student teams were chosen from around the world to speak. Harvir Dhatt and Aadam Vohra of Lyng Hall School, part of the Finham Park Multi Academy Trust, represented the UK with their presentation at the 12th Annual Global Student Conference on slavery and the transatlantic slave trade.

Thu 17 Jun 2021, 11:04 | Tags: Coventry, Colonial Hangover, Faculty of Social Science, PAIS

Calls for Coventry artists to collaborate in a second Coventry Creates project

· The University of Warwick and Coventry University have launched a second joint project to fund local artists to work in collaboration with academics and local arts organisations


Warwick researchers help tell story of Coventry Cathedral on new BBC documentary

Using a wealth of rarely-seen archive film, together with voices from yesterday and today, the new documentary Coventry Cathedral: Building for a New Britain (BBC Four, Wednesday 9th June 21.00) will tell the unique story of the rebuilding of the cathedral following its destruction in 1940.


Major summit hosted by Coventry’s universities to discuss direction of travel for cultural policy

The University of Warwick and Coventry University will host a major summit of regional and national leaders this month to present plans for the impact and legacy of cultural mega-events like City of Culture.


Ground-breaking science will help illustrate Coventry’s last hanging story in pop-up museum

The ‘Forensic Centre for Digital Scanning and 3D printing’, an innovative partnership between West Midlands Police and world-leading researchers at WMG, University of Warwick, is helping to make history more accessible to museum-goers in Coventry.


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