The Centre for Human Ecology’s Statement on the Coronavirus Pandemic

The Covid-19 pandemic is a global emergency that is unprecedented in our hyper-connected world. To help slow down the spread of the virus, the Centre for Human Ecology (CHE) will adopt the best practice recommendations of the World Health Organisation. To support home-working for all, courses and events planned for the coming weeks and months […]

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Reclaiming Govan’s Future

Reclaiming Govan’s Future Friday 28th February, 2pm – 4:30pm Macleod Hall, The Pearce Institute Govan faces challenging years ahead – service cuts and new developments such as the planned new bridge, retail park and campus. Who is this development for? Who plans Govan’s future? This workshop will be run jointly by CHE and Roland Playle […]

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U explore- Learning for Life

    Aged 16-25 and looking for new directions? Why not try something different? “The course was different from any other. It was where I would learn about myself in ways I never thought was important.” U explore- learning for life FREE two months course, starts on 9th March, running weekly (excluding school holidays) 10am-4pm, […]

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Invading the Skin of the Earth: SOIL

An evening using archival films looking back at crofting and farming in Scotland to frame a discussion about the future of farming, extractivism and agroecology. With Geoff Squire (James Hutton Institute) and Zarina Ahmad, environmentalist / climate change trainer and communicator at CEMVO Scotland). Thursday, 23 January 2020, 6pm – 8:30pm Andalus, New City Road, Glasgow, […]

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The Centre for Human Ecology is an independent academic institute, network, registered cooperative, and registered charity based in Glasgow, Scotland, with an international membership of graduates and fellows. It exists to stimulate and support fundamental change towards ecological and social justice through education, action and research, drawing on a holistic, multidisciplinary understanding of environmental and social systems.