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Professor Lambert is blogging for the Oxford Human Rights Hub, read her post on The Mass Flight of Syrian Refugees: What are the Legal Obligations of States?

The International workshop: 'Comparative perspectives on body materiality and structure in the history of Sinitic and East Asian medicines' will he held at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI on 2–4 October 2015.

The UK Committee on Climate Change has specifically identified heat-pump technology as part of its low-carbon strategy to replace gas boilers in buildings. However, new research from the University of Westminster suggests that if the UK is to meet its climate and energy goals then the current vocational education and...

Dr Loraine Leeson launches an art/science collaboration supporting biodiversity on the tidal Thames.

Dr Loraine Leeson, artist and Senior Research Fellow in Media, Arts and Design, has donated a 1980s poster for the East London Health project to support the DACS Foundation, a new charitable organisation set up by DACS, to support contemporary visual art in the UK.

Dr Paresh Kathrani has announced the first event in the Law and Artificial Intelligence Series to be held at Westminster Law School.

The publication The Tetley Feast: Documentation and Critical Reflections features Dr Loraine Leeson interviewed by Marianne Springham of Leeds College of Art.

August news from the Centre.

Dr Paresh Kathrani has announced the first event in the Law and Artificial Intelligence Series to be held at Westminster Law School.

We are pleased to offer a PhD Studentship, consisting of a fee waiver and annual stipend of £16,000 for three years.

Centre Member Dr Paresh Kathrani recently announced the first event in the Law and Artificial Intelligence Series to be held at Westminster Law School during the next academic year.

Writer in Residence and Fellow of the Centre Mike Garry released St Anthony – An Ode to Anthony H Wilson on 14 August 2015.

The University of Westminster and Bioregional are pleased to invite applications for a fully-funded doctoral research project on 'One Planet Living: Measuring the Impacts of the One Planet Living Framework'.

Clare Twomey’s spectacular installation Manifest: 10,000 Hours will launch the reopening of the York Art Gallery, home to the newly established Centre of Ceramic Art, when it opens its doors to the public on 1 August after an £8 million refit.

July news from the Centre.

In the Forum gallery, What if? by Christine Douglass presents nine films by nine women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Historic England have amended the list description for Waterloo Bridge to take in to account research by ProBE Co-Director Christine Wall into the history of its construction during the Second World War.

Dr Ioannis Glinavos, researcher in International Law at Westminster, was interviewed by Sky News on whether the Greece referendum should go ahead.

The academic year 2014-15 was very active and successful for the International Law at Westminster Team.

A new report, published by the University of Westminster, explores an apparent process of the ‘standardisation’ of urban sustainability, taking place through the implementation of different types of certification schemes and frameworks of indicators around the world.

Centre for Research in Education, Art and Media (CREAM) doctoral student Federica Chiocchetti has received the Kraszna-Krausz Foundation Best Photography Book 2015 award for her co-edited book Amore e Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970s Italy, published by the Archive of Modern Conflict ( as AMC2 Journal issue 9.