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January 2020

Thursday   23   January   2020  -  Saturday   25   January   2020
Bristol: Take Drugs Seriously
Organised by University of Bristol
University of Bristol reserachers & Transform Drugs Policy Foundation
Various venues around the city - see details. , 5:00 - 2:00pm  
In January, researchers at the University of Bristol will team up with Transform Drugs Policy Foundation to run numerous events aiming to change the way we talk about drug use, policy and harm reduction. There will be research exhibitions, public lectures, book launches, public debates and opportunities for community action.   Details are available here.
Most events are free - see destails.   Contact  Olivia Maynard  at Olivia.Maynard@bristol.ac.uk

Tuesday   28   January   2020
Mastering English Literature
Organised by English Department
Stephen Derry
Arts Complex, Woodland Road BS8 1TB , 6:00 - 8:00pm  
This course is for graduates in any discipline from any university who want to return to study and sharpen their study skills or as preparation for the MA in English Literature at Bristol. Students gain a taste of the University's expertise in Romantic literature, women's writing, poetry of the Twentieth Century and Shakespeare.   Further information and booking
Please complete an application form. Course fee £400   Contact  Valentine Jackson  on +44 (0)117 928 8924  or english-lifelong@bristol.ac.uk

Tuesday   28   January   2020
Book launch: Imagining Regulation Differently (ed. by Morag McDermont, Tim Cole, Janet Newman and Angela Piccini)
Organised by Policy Press
The Station, Silver Street, Bristol, BS1 2AG , 4:00 - 6:30pm  
This community event offers a chance to watch original films and performances that came out of the book’s research, and hear a panel of community activists, artists and academics involved with the Connected Communities programme discuss how universities and communities can work better together to make positive change. Free snacks will be served.   Tickets and further information.
Tickets are free but must be booked via Eventbrite.   Contact  Laura Cope  at laura.cope@bristol.ac.uk

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