Beginning in May 2020, after the police killing of George Floyd, ‘Black Lives Matter’ demonstrations and riots engulfed the United States, the United Kingdom, and several European countries. Though Mr. Floyd’s killing served as the immediate catalyst for the unrest, many scholars suggest that the COVID-19 pandemic and the resulting economic crisis played a deeper, more pivotal role in creating conditions that led to the protests.
Tuesday, April 20
Anne van Aaken to speak on ‘Rewarding in International Law’
'Master of Finance' Open Day
Wednesday, April 21
MASNA&MDNA Webinar: How to Win Kaggle Competitions