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Rajni Perera: Vulnerable Futures FREE


How are patterns of migration and population displacement evolving now we stand on the brink of ecological collapse? How can we imagine the future of humanity?

Expanding from ideas explored by Rajni Perera in Traveller, this conversational event brings together exciting new thinking relating climate vulnerability & resilience to natural hazards in the global south, and spatial mapping of mobility and displacement of people. The conversation will be led by Rajni and brings together intersecting, interdisciplinary research and responses to common themes to explore what our planet’s fate and human futures might be.

Rajni has invited Dr Neelambari Phalkey from the University of Birmingham and Sana Murrani from the University of Plymouth to participate in the conversation and share their research and thinking.

Thursday 30 6.30PMJune


Eastside Projects

86 Heath Mill Lane

B9 4AR Birmingham GB

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