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Chair: Professor Isobel Andersonk, University of Stirling Key Note Speaker: Richard Jennings, Places for People Panellists: Susan Aktemel, Founding Director of Homes for Good Petra Biberbach, Chief Executive, PAS Pat Ritchie, Chief Executive, Newcastle City Council Jim Strang, Chief Executive, Parkhead Housing Association
Our diverse and experienced panel along with key note speaker Richard Jennings of Places for People will present their ideas on housing futures and explore new and innovative ways of ensuring housing underpins wider benefits in health, social care, economic development and sustainability of our communities.
Chaired by Professor Sir Kenneth Calman. With Professor Linda Bauld, Dean of Research Impact, University of Stirling and Mr Martin Dockrell, Tobacco Control Lead, Public Health England.
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Download: Tobacco harm reduction mp3
Ms Jackie Brock, Chief Executive, Children in Scotland (CiS). Dr John I'Anson, Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Stirling
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Keynote speaker: Catherine Stihler, MEP
Chair: Professor Holger Nehring, University of Stirling
Panellists: Daniela Menzky, CEO of CyNation Ltd; Claire Smith, a former senior diplomat in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office; Sameh Aboul Enein, Professor of international security; Dr Marwan Fayed, Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Stirling.
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The Rt Hon Ruth Davidson MSP, Leader of the Scottish Conservatives
A Government for the Common Good
Dr Andrew Glencross (Chair), Mr David Coburn MEP, Dr Ronald Granieri and Ms Vonnie Sandlan
Remain or Leave? Local, national and international perspectives on the EU referendum
Download: Remain or leave? EU debate June 2016
Mr Dick Pound
The big sporting question: Doping in sport: is there a way forward?
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In this lecture, Allan speaks about public service broadcasting and its future in UK broadcasting. Given the forthcoming discussions on Charter renewal for the BBC, this was set to be a fascinating talk.
Dr Rory Stewart OBE MP
A reflection on the history and culture of the English-Scottish border, from Hadrian to the present day.
Professor Sir Hew Strachan
Scottish Commemorations of the battle of Gallipoli with Professor Sir Hew Strachan, June 2015
Filmed and produced by Adam Sinclair, Jamie Sutherland and Mike Trevett, students of Communications, Media & Culture at the University of Stirling.
Lord Jack McConnell
An evening of lively discussion. Education or Indoctrination: the future role of religion in Scotland's schools.
Dr James Naughtie DUniv
Steve Pateman, Head of UK Banking Santander
Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP
The Williamson Lecture: Sterling and Albion: the financial case for a United Kingdom
Professor Danny Blanchflower, Rev Dr David Fergusson and Mr Sam Gibbs
Download: An Evening of Lively Discussion
Download: Seamus Heaney