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Digital Citizenship in Pakistan

The report Digital Citizenship in Pakistan provides a snapshot of the status of digital citizenship in Pakistan 2015-16.

10 Sep 2016 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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Humboldt Forum: a network for the world?

We hosted a conference with the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the National Museums Scotland, on the Humboldt Forum, Berlin.

01 Sep 2016 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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The Future of International Cultural Relations Conference 2016

Discussing the future role of culture in international relations at a time of rapid change.

10 Feb 2016 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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Seminário de Cooperação Internacional, Instituto Camões, Lisbon

CCR presents work at annual conference of ambassadors and heads of service in Lisbon.

10 Jan 2016 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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Digitalisation and Scotland’s International Engagement

How do the policies for internationalisation and digitalisation relate to each other?

15 Dec 2015 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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The Netherlands International Visitor Programme

Engaging with policy makers, academics and cultural figures in the Netherlands.

09 Oct 2015 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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Digital Life

Doctoral students from across the University participate in Rapid Reflection Construction event.

18 Sep 2015 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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Exploring the (In)security Consequences of Digital Life

CCR hosts Rapid Reflection Construction event with the Strategic Assessment team of the Scottish Government.

09 Sep 2015 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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The Future for Sport, Cultural Relations and International Development

CCR and Academy of Sport present discussion on the role of sport in cultural relations and international development.

09 Sep 2015 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0

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The Hermeneutics of Suspicion

Dr Anthony Downey presents talk entitled “The Hermeneutics of Suspicion”.

29 Aug 2015 | Stuart MacDonald | Comments: 0