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Entries tagged with ‘seminar’

Andrew Barnett on agricultural research innovation

16  January 2009 РDr Andrew Barnett, Director, Policy Practice Ltd gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar entitled Innovation Рre-labelling research or a shift in paradigm: the current debate in agricultural research for development.

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Raphael Kaplinksy on innovation, poverty and inequality

11 July 2008 – Raphael Kaplinksy, Professor of International Development at The Open University gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar on innovation, poverty and inequality.

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Fred Steward on innovation for the global good

30 October 2008 – Fred Steward, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Brunel University gave a STEPS Manifesto seminar on Transformative Innovation for the Global Good: A shared challenge-oriented mission for the 21st Century

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Geoff Oldham on the 1970 Sussex Manifesto

9 February 2008  РProfessor Geoff Oldham, one of the original researchers on the 1970 Sussex Manifesto, speaks on the Sussex Manifesto

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Resources

Here you can download¬† the original 1970 Sussex Manifesto and access a variety of resources on Professor Geoff Oldham’s seminar on the writing of that document forty years ago.

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