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How do you convince someone to put a cricket in their mouth? It sounds like a strange research topic, but it’s a question that two Oxford Brookes University academics have been researching for over a year and is increasingly relevant as we browse the supermarket aisles.
What are the current challenges confronting these different actors in the UK to combat modern slavery? How can they organise to address these and future challenges? And, how can we as individuals - students, employees, managers, neighbours - also play a role in their prevention?
Professor Levent Altinay has had two papers published in the Hospitality Journals about the role of hospitality businesses in addressing social isolation among the elderly in the UK and in Hong Kong.
Peking University HSBC Business School hosted the first joint research seminar with academics from Oxford Brookes University on 12th September 2018 at their Oxford Campus.
To mark this event, a conference was held at Unipart in Oxford sponsored by Aylesbury Vale District Council, FlexIT and bChannels and Helen Wright Founder of 9-2-3 Jobs. Over 100 people attended the event and many more joined online for live streaming of the day.
Oxford Brookes University is leading a national project to improve equality, diversity and inclusion within engineering and the physical sciences.
Professor Levent Altinay and Professor Allan Williams (University of Surrey) visited Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
On 2nd and 3rd July Dr Ioanna Iordanou organised and convened a two day interdisciplinary workshop on Secrecy in Organisations.
A critical-ethnographic perspective is essential to deal with complex societal issues. Anthropologists and Organisational scientists from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam believe that an ethnographic mindset helps to be critical, creative and develop out-of-the box solutions.
Professor Juliette Koning and Dr Michiel Verver, Visiting Academic at Oxford Brookes Business School were invited to give a presentation at Birmingham Business School at the workshop on Precarity, Migration and Enterprise, organised by the Department of Management, the Centre for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME) and the Entrepreneurship Studies Network which took place on 25 - 26 June 2018.