Unbrexable: Connections and Caring in European Scotland

  Saturday 2nd Sept 2017 1000-1600 The Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 3UU (near Govan underground station) UNBREXABLE is the Centre for Human Ecology’s active response to Brexit: a series of interventions and a conference on 2nd September, revolving around supporting and strengthening the kinds of emotional connections and caring- and grassroots European […]

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Roundtable 22.2.: Lessons from America: militarism, trauma and resistance in post-9/11 USA, with Poppy Kohner

You are warmly invited to the upcoming CHE Roundtable with Dr Poppy Kohner, ‘Lessons from America: militarism, trauma and resistance in post-9/11 USA’.  Wednesday 22nd February, 6pm in the CHE library, The Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 3UU   The talk will be followed by a discussion; tea and refreshments will be provided. […]

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Communities on the Edge of Extraction: Palm Oil, Corporate Power and Indigenous Resistance

Communities on the Edge of Extraction: Palm Oil, Corporate Power and Indigenous Resistance CHE Roundtable with Tom Younger Wednesday 8th February 2017 1830-2030 CHE Library, 2nd Floor, The Pearce Institute, 840-860 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 3UU (near Govan underground station) Booking essential: free, or pay what you can. All funds support our non-profit educational charitable work. […]

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2017 General Meeting and Open Forum

We hope that existing members, and those who are interested in joining us as new members, will be able to join us Saturday 21st January, 2.30 – 5pm in the Pearce Institute (G51 3UU) for our General Meeting and Public Forum. We will host a participatory forum around CHE’s role in community-based critical education. We […]

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