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The University hosts a number of events, public lectures and conferences over the course of the academic year. This programme of events reflects the diverse areas teaching and research undertaken by our Academics and Research Centres. 

Further details will be added as they become available.

October 2019

Date: Thursday 17th October, 5:30pm 

Event: School of Social Science Film Season 2019/20 presents - "Green Book (2018)"

Hosted by: School of Social Sciences, Introduction and Q&A: Dr Hakan Acar

Venue: Lecture Theatre Complex 'C', Hope Park Campus 

Details: The School of Social Sciences is hosting its yearly film series, each film will include a guest speaker introduction and a Q&A discussion. 

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Date: Thursday 24th October 2pm 

Event: "An audience with Brian Barwick"

Hosted by: The School of Health Sciences 

Venue: Eden Bulding, Hope Park Campus 

Details: During the session the students will benefit from posing questions to Brian based on his career to date and have the opportunity to obtain personalised advise on moulding their desired career pathway within the sport business industry.  

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Date: Wednesday 30th October, 2.30pm - 4pm  

Event: An audience with Ministerial Commissioner Dr Hajnalka Juhász

Hosted by: The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies 

Venue: Eden 008, Hope Park Campus 

Details: Ministerial Commissioner Dr Hajnalka Juhász, Rector of the Károli Gáspár Reformed University in Budapest  Péter Balla,  and Hungarian delegation will visit Liverpool Hope University. The talk will focus on the Hungarian Government's humanitarian aid programme 'Hungary Helps' 

 

November 2019

Date: Wednesday 6th November  

Event: Celebrating Children's Rights through Arts

Hosted by: The School of Education

Venue: Hope Park Campus 

Details: In honor of the 30th Anniversary of the United Nations Convention on Children's Rights (UNCRC, 1989), this event has been organised as part of the Festival of Social Science to bring toegether families, practitioners, students, children and everyone who cares about young children's wellbeing and mark the occasion with a range of Arts-based activities.

Contact: Dr Babs Anderson / Dr Zoi Nikiforidou

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Date: Thursday 7th November, 4pm - 5:30pm 

Event: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for Peace Studies Civic Lecture

Hosted by: The Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies

Venue: EDEN 014, Hope Park Campus 

Details: Professor Frank Cottrell Boyce will deliver the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for Peace Studies Civic Lecture on occasion of the 175th Anniversary of Liverpool Hope University 

Professor Cottrell Boyce is a screenwriter, actor, awarded children's author and writer for the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony. 

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Date: Thursday 7th November, 5:30pm 

Event: School of Social Science Film Season 2019/20 presents - "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)"

Hosted by: School of Social SciencesIntroduction and Q&A: Mr Scott Massie

Venue: Lecture Theatre Complex 'C', Hope Park Campus 

Details: The School of Social Sciences is hosting its yearly film series, each film will include a guest speaker introduction and a Q&A discussion. 

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Date: Friday 8th November  

Event: Get Curious with CERI (Cultural Education Research Initiative)

Hosted by: The School of Social Sciences 

Venue: Hope Park Campus 

Details: Organised as part of the Festival of Social Science, this one day event will showcase research produced with cultural organisations based in the North West of England using creative approaches in photography, music and performance. 

Contact: Dr Claire Penketh

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Date: Thursday 14th November, 5:30pm 

Event: School of Social Science Film Season 2019/20 presents - "Ladybird Ladybird (1994)"

Hosted by: School of Social SciencesIntroduction and Q&A: Dr Kellie Thompson

Venue: Lecture Theatre Complex 'C', Hope Park Campus 

Details: The School of Social Sciences is hosting its yearly film series, each film will include a guest speaker introduction and a Q&A discussion. 

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Date: Friday 29th - Saturday 30th November 

Event: "Sporting Shoulder - New Discoveries and Future Directions" - 2nd Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference

Hosted by: School of Health Sciences 

Venue: Eden Bulding, Hope Park Campus 

Details: This 2 day conference, will combine great scientific content and tremendous clinical expertise to share with us the most current advances in the field of sport-related shoulder rehabilitation and to underpin fundamental challenges to address in the future. 

 

December 2019

Date: Thursday 12th December, 5:30pm 

Event: School of Social Science Film Season 2019/20 presents - "The Time that Remains (2009)"

Hosted by: School of Social SciencesIntroduction and Q&A: Ms. Tracy Ramsey

Venue: Lecture Theatre Complex 'C', Hope Park Campus 

Details: The School of Social Sciences is hosting its yearly film series, each film will include a guest speaker introduction and a Q&A discussion.

 

January 2020

Date: Thursday 23rd January, 5:30pm 

Event: School of Social Science Film Season 2019/20 presents - "Milk (2008)"

Hosted by: School of Social SciencesIntroduction and Q&A: Dr. Emma Vickers (LJMU)

Venue: Lecture Theatre Complex 'C', Hope Park Campus 

Details: The School of Social Sciences is hosting its yearly film series, each film will include a guest speaker introduction and a Q&A discussion.