Friday Breakfast Talk - Helen Avery will talk about her Formas-funded research project on the implications of infrastructure choices for sustainable development in post-conflict contexts.
Helen Avery is a researcher at Centre for Advanced Middle Eastern Studies (CMES) and shares her time between CMES and CEC.
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CEC Friday breakfast talks are short, accessible talks about research, education, outreach or anything else interesting going on at CEC. Please contact Marianne Hall if you would like to contribute to the series of CEC Friday breakfast talks.
marianne [dot] hall [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se
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