For its time, The Killing of Sister George was a ground breaking film, and one of the first films in history to be released with an ‘X’ rating in the United States.
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During December 2018 the University of Nottingham will be celebrating Disability December with a range of […]
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A workshop for managers. Part of the Disability December 2018 programme of events.
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A talk and panel discussion — part of the Disability December 2018 programme of events.
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Join us to learn more about Able Orchestra and see how these amazing young people compose and perform wonderful music.
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A programme of training sessions, workshops and briefings for staff and postgraduate students to promote disability awareness and disclosure across the University.
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The first University of Nottingham Week of Wellbeing starts today, with more than 150 activities and […]
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As we launch the University’s first Week of Wellbeing, I would like to use my blog […]
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Next week is Week of Wellbeing – and there are a variety of activities and events […]
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