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During my first year we also got the opportunity for additional research experience, by doing a paid research assistantship with a senior researcher of our choice. The overall objective of this conference is to provide a platform and stimulate discussion on key interdisciplinary social science issues affecting law, international relations, business management, psychology, criminology, sociology and education. It is committed to comparative research and articles that speak to cases beyond the traditional concerns of area and single-country studies.

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