Lecturer in Public Health, University of Stirling


Seminar: Sport and Peace-Building in Divided Societies

In divided communities, sport has been an agent of separation, sectarian hatred and violence, but also a highly effective tool for conflict resolution, reconciliation and peace-building. This talk will provides a comprehensive and practice- grounded critical analysis of programmes using sport for peace-building and reconciliation work in seriously fractured and deeply divided societies.

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Guest Blog: Who watches WHO?

This blog was written by Megan Arthur, PhD candidate in Social Policy, University of Edinburgh. In it she reflects on her experiences as part of the People's Health Movement on the 'WHO Watch', where a team of PHM volunteers attends WHO bodies' meetings to follow the debate, talk with delegates and make statements following this.

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The LEGO Teaching Philosophy*

This blog is about trying to articulate my teaching philosophy as I develop as a lecturer. After some reflections, I feel my teaching philosophy can best be described using LEGO (although sadly this is a written blog, so it’s up to you to get the real stuff out and play around with).

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