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The criminal law in relation to HIV transmission has not kept up with the science, according to a team of researchers based at Oxford Brookes, Northumbria and Kingston universities.
Oxford’s two universities will deliver learning online for most students until at least mid-February, in line with the national lockdown across England.
Join us for this exciting event, arranged in collaboration with Brookes Union, and Oxford Brookes Events Management students. Dominic Dyer is one of the Britain's leading wildlife protection campaigners, writers and broadcasters. Unlike many conservationists, he became a wildlife protection campaigner after a career in government and industry using the skills he acquired in Whitehall, Brussels and the corporate board room to fight for the protection of animals and nature.
Redefining “BAME” as we celebrate renowned black figures who dare to [B]e [A]mbitious and [M]odel [E]xcellence, highlighting their goals and recognisable achievements. Hosted by Lydiah Igweh, Chair of Oxford Brookes BAME Staff Network and Director of Brookes Enterprise Support, we will be joined by the CEO, founder, and visionary of the iconic MOBO platform Kanya King CBE, who displayed the drive and ambition needed to help take urban music from the margins of British popular culture to the heart of the mainstream culture. Additionally, key and influential figures include Beverley De-Gale OBE, CEO and founder of the African and Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT), Trevor Robinson OBE, CEO and founder of Quiet Storm, and Euton Daley MBE, former CEO of Pegasus Theatre, Oxford.