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RKE forum on Quantitative Research Methods Network & Security Sensitive Issues

When: Thursday 1st October, 12-2pm
Where: Canterbury North Holmes Road campus (room TBC)

Our next RKE Forum will have two themes.

The first half (approx. 12-1pm) will mark the official launch of the Quantitative Research Methods Network and discuss ways forward for its development.

The second half will be dedicated to the discussion of issues that might affect staff and students carrying out research on security sensitive issues, such as terrorism, people trafficking, child abuse, money laundering etc.

You are welcome to attend all or just part of the forum.  We will provide drinks but please bring your own lunch.

RKE Forums are an opportunity for colleagues to find out about the latest developments in RKE policy, current research happening across the institution and discuss Research and Knowledge Exchange related matters.

Please register your attendance by emailing Nicole Robinson.

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