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Dr Li Sun, a lecturer at the University of Leeds, will speak about rural-urban migration policies in China and how Chinese workers cope with migration events in the context of these policies.

This one-day workshop aims to bring together current researchers at Leeds (notably but not exclusively social scientists) with the wider policy community to focus on routes into engaging with policy.

Drawing on new research findings from a collaborative project with the University of York, this talk will look at how our food habits have changed over the decades.

The Young People and Adults’ Certificate will develop your coaching skills and knowledge base, allowing you to deliver the game of cricket to developing players in a fun and enjoyable way.

This event will offer a space for those in clinical education to consider how they engage – as educators and researchers with contemporary innovation and change and its impact on their learners.

The Green Lecture is given by a world-leading researcher in Earth science. This year, Roel Snieder explains how apparently chaotic noise can be used to tell us more about the dynamic Earth.