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Cheering Chávez: John Pilger

This week we’re discussing Australian-born, Britain-based journalist John Pilger, whose decades-long oeuvre is one long attack on the Western democracies and love letter to various despots around the world. 704 more words


The journey at hand

I’m a student on the University of London International Programme studying philosophy as a distance learner. Philosophy is a study about the human condition and thought, as well as the influence it wields in fields as diverse as ethics, metaphysics, the sciences, logic and many more. 165 more words

The Many Faces of Dementia and other free courses

There are now a number of free online courses about disability that you may find of interest and we’ve created a page on the DAS website… 192 more words


Henley: A Sustained Wish to Excel

30 June 2016

Images, thoughts and a little news from Tim Koch on Henley 2016’s opening day, Wednesday:

I spent happy hours on the Isis, but the best was at Henley. 758 more words

Tools of trade for independent learners

If you are an active learner, or even more – an independent learner, you should consider using the best tools you have at your disposal to make the study process effective and efficient. 1,571 more words

University Of London International Programmes

Schubert Ensemble plays Schumann

The Schubert Ensemble recently performed several Romantic-period classical pieces in an event organised by Spitalfields Festival, and presented the world premiere of a new composition in their concert on Monday 13th June, at Queen Mary, University of London. 487 more words


Finals have ended.

My last papers have come and gone.

For now, I have finished.

I am certain that there are some people that haven’t finished yet.

To those people I say, hang in there. 541 more words

University Of London International Programmes