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3rd Contemporary Issues in Financial Markets and Banking

3rd Contemporary Issues in Financial Markets and Banking


The online conference will take place from 13 to 14 January 2025.

Conference for the Centre for Finance, Technology and Society in NBS. Ticket purchase allows individuals to participate in the conference and/or present a paper. 

As an integral part of the Centre for Finance, Technology and Society in the Nottingham Business School, this conference seeks to highlight the latest developments which have the potential to change the finance and banking landscape.

If you have any questions, please email us at [email protected]

Ticket options are (to participate in the conference and/or present a paper): 

1. Regular attendees: £75
2. PhD students: £50

***To register, please use the same email address that you used to access the conference SharePoint site***

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7th Annual Conference of the Partnership, LLP and LLC Law Forum

7th Annual Conference of the Partnership, LLP and LLC Law Forum


The Conference provides an opportunity to share expertise in partnership and LLP law, practice and policy.  It facilitates networking between academics, practitioners and policymakers in these areas.

The Conference is a well-established annual event which aims to bring together all those with an interest in partnerships, LLPs, LLCs and other alternative forms of business organisation in the UK and overseas. We endeavour to be as inclusive and welcoming as possible, and anyone with an interest in these areas is warmly invited to attend.

For further information about the work of the Partnership, LLP and LLC Law Forum, please visit the website.

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Sociology of Global Health and Development Symposium

Sociology of Global Health and Development Symposium


NTU in collaboration with the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness is organising a one-day symposium on the Sociology of Global Health and Development at the Dryden Enterprise Centre on 1st July, 2024.

This is an all-day symposium starting at 9:00 am to 5:30 pm at the NTU Dryden Enterprise Centre (and online). Coffee, snacks and lunch will be provided.

Participants are required to pay a registration fee based on the following categories:

1. Local PGR students: £30
2. Oversees students: £20
3. Academic staff: £50
4. Other participants: £50
5. Third sector participants: £30.

The Symposium is currently accepting abstracts focused on applying social theories to address health issues and welcomes abstracts focusing on one or more of the following themes below, by 20th June 2024:

1. The importance of bottom-up community-based health for future health resilience through a pre- and post-colonial lens.
2. Knowledge translation: whose knowledge counts?
3. Is there a role for social innovation, entrepreneurship and wellbeing in SGHD?
4. Using Social Theory in Global Health and Development.

As this is an interdisciplinary symposium, you can still submit an abstract if it is outside of the four themes.


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Workshop on Aggression 2024

Workshop on Aggression 2024


NTU is delighted to extend a warm welcome to researchers and practitioners from a range of a disciplines to join us at the 28th Workshop on Aggression, from Thursday 21 November 2024, 9.30 am to Friday 22 November 2024, 5.30 pm.

The theme for this conference is Aggression and Bullying Across Contexts.

Event details:

We would like to invite abstract submissions that reflect current debates from across interdisciplinary fields on aggression.

The workshop will seek to showcase the latest research in the fields of:

- in-person and online forms of aggression
- personal, contextual and situational factors associated with aggression
- prevention and intervention programmes of aggression.


Call for abstracts!
We would like to invite abstracts for individual oral presentations, and symposia by 31 May 2024.

- Abstracts for individual oral and poster presentations should be a maximum of 200 words and include, where appropriate, details of background, aim, method, results and conclusions.
- Submissions for a symposium should include a 250-word summary of the symposium and comprise of 3-4 presentations.
To submit your abstract for consideration, please complete this form.

A full programme will be made available after that time.

Attendance costs:

Early-bird rates (booked before 16 August 2024)    
Delegate: £195
Doctoral candidate: £135

Late registration (booked between 17 August and 31 October 2024)
Delegate: £250
Doctoral candidate: £190

Note: the rates include attendance, lunch and refreshments for both days of the workshop. The workshop dinner taking place on 21 November will incur a separate cost.


Crowne Plaza Nottingham
Wollaton Street

Travel Info:

This event is taking place at the Crowne Plaza Nottingham. 
Visit their website for directions and details of onsite and offsite parking options. 

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