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Fair play and foul: connecting with Shakespeare at UCL

1 February - 15 December 2016

This exhibition considers Shakespeare’s influence and our perennial fascination with the Bard. From the cause célèbre of William Ireland’s forgeries in the 1790s to the continuing…


One Country, Two Systems: an unfinished experiment?

9 February 2016

What has gone wrong with this One Country, Two Systems model? How far has it been successfully implemented? What are the challenges? And what is the future for the rule of law and…


Lunch Hour Lectures: The illusion of infinity: is there a limit to optical fibre bandwidth?

11 February 2016

The development of the optical fibre communication network has sparked the communication revolution and the growth of the internet. Is there a limit to the capacity of an optical fibre…


The making of a European President, and what needs to change for 2019

11 February 2016

In November 2014, Jean-Claude Juncker took office as President of the European Commission, following Europe’s first presidential campaign. The biggest change in twenty years in the…


Soho Spirit

20 February 2016

Soho is often envisioned, at both a national and an international level, as London's gay district. Its role as a space where gay identities and communities were made has shaped the…


Climate Change and Global Citizenship: the post-Paris agenda

22 February 2016

Global citizenship is a much-loved rhetorical device for those who inhabit the world of international politics, with a long and honourable backstory. But it rarely translates into any…


Britain, the EU and global trade

25 February 2016

A half-day conference on the EU's trade agenda, with EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström, Peter Mandelson, and a high-level panel of politicians, stakeholders, and experts. In association…


Lunch Hour Lectures: 'This should be fun!': consent, sex and wronging

1 March 2016

Join Professor Veronique Munoz-Darde as she explores the moral significance of consent in general, of consent to sex in particular and what should count as non-consensual bodily invasion.