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Next week Oxford Brookes University will highlight key issues happening across the world right now in the annual Oxford Human Rights Festival.
Specialist in Anthropology of Architecture, Dr Marcel Vellinga is the editor of a new book launched this week (2 March) looking at the city of Isfahan in Iran and the history of one of its most famous bazaars.
Director Ken Loach, who won a British Academy Film Award (BAFTA) earlier this month (12 February) for Outstanding British Film will launch the Oxford Human Rights Festival next month.
Paul Oliver’s Vernacular Architecture Archival Collection has been deposited in the Special Collections section of Oxford Brookes University’s main library.
Last month researchers from Oxford Brookes’ Centre for Development and Emergency Practice (CENDEP) launched their influential book on torture prevention in New York.
A new research study, Care provision fit for a future climate, funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has found that summertime overheating in care facilities is both a current and future risk, yet there is little awareness or preparation to prevent the health risks posed to the UK’s ageing population.
As Oxford Brookes' School of Architecture prepares to hold a Postgraduate Virtual Open Day this week (Thursday 14 April), find out more about one of their exciting research projects…
The father of Malala Yousafzai, the young woman famous for campaigning for the education of girls in Pakistan, recently met Brookes students and shared his hopes for the future of education at a visit to the University earlier this month (11 February) for the Oxford Human Rights Festival.