27th July 2020
The University of Liverpool’s Open House festival returns later this month. The line-up has a number of award-winning speakers including journalist Gavin Esler, author and screenwriter Emma Jane Unsworth and cultural campaigner Loyd Grossman.
It is a fortnight of free events, open to students, staff and the public. A host of special guests and University academics will be discussing and exploring societal topics such as the climate crisis, ‘fake news’, health inequalities, the architecture of major cities, and the legacy of Liverpool’s cultural regeneration.
This year’s programme also demonstrates the University’s commitment to the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and improve the lives and prospects of everyone, everywhere. Many of the key events aim to highlight how the University is responding to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development through research and teaching.
The Open House festival runs from 16 – 27 March 2020 and all events are open for students, staff and the general public. For any further information and to book your place on any of the events, see here!
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