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Saturday, 01 February 2020 - Saturday, 29 February 2020

Saturday, 01 February 2020 Organiser Location
Moving Spaces: Learning from the UCC Art Collection

Moving Spaces reflects on instances of learning with an exhibition of new works from the UCC Art Collection.

Chris Clarke The Glucksman
Viewpoints: Children's rights in imaginary spaces

Viewpoints explores the potent realm of children's literature as a place for young people to develop and understand their rights.

Chris Clarke The Glucksman
Sunday, 02 February 2020 Organiser Location
Moving Spaces: Learning from the UCC Art Collection

Moving Spaces reflects on instances of learning with an exhibition of new works from the UCC Art Collection.

Chris Clarke The Glucksman
Viewpoints: Children's rights in imaginary spaces

Viewpoints explores the potent realm of children's literature as a place for young people to develop and understand their rights.

Chris Clarke The Glucksman
Monday, 03 February 2020 Organiser Location
Moving Spaces: Learning from the UCC Art Collection

Moving Spaces reflects on instances of learning with an exhibition of new works from the UCC Art Collection.

Chris Clarke The Glucksman
Viewpoints: Children's rights in imaginary spaces

Viewpoints explores the potent realm of children's literature as a place for young people to develop and understand their rights.

Chris Clarke The Glucksman
Poles in UCC after the Second World War

In 1945 Professor Alfred O'Rahilly offered places in UCC to a group of Polish refugees in Britain who were transferring from army to civilian life. Dr Bozena Cierlik talks about this time in UCC's history.

Anne-Marie Curtin West Wing 7, Main Quad
Poles in UCC after the Second World War

After WWII, thousands of Polish refugees in Britain were invited to UCC. Dr Bozena Cierlik, UCC, will give a talk on this as part of UCC Refugee Week 2020.

Anne-Marie Curtin WW7 West Wing Main Quad
Poles in UCC after the Second World War

After WWII, thousands of Polish refugees in Britain were invited to UCC. Dr Bozena Cierlik, UCC, will give a talk on this as part of UCC Refugee Week 2020.

Anne-Marie Curtin WW7 West Wing Main Quad
Building Sanctuary Building Connections

A seminar hosted by University of Sanctuary Working Group, UCC with keynote Speakers: Natasha Maimba and Minahil Sarfraz, (Youth Ambassadors for Unicef Ireland)

Anne-Marie Curtin CACSSS Seminar Room

University College Cork

Coláiste na hOllscoile Corcaigh

College Road, Cork T12 K8AF

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