‘Building a Living Curriculum for Cultural Heritage and STEM’ – Key Contributor working with Prof Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair in Property Protection and Peace, OBE and the Hilali Network, Kingston University, London. European Parliament/Representation for the European Commission in the UK, Westminster, London.

Amber Lamonby-Pennie

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European Parliament/Representation for the European Commission in the UK, Westminster, London.
‘Building a Living Curriculum for Cultural Heritage and STEM’ –
Key Contributor working with Prof Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair in Property Protection and Peace, OBE and the Hilali Network, Kingston University, London.
Ongoing collaborative Project with the Hilali Network, Kingston University.

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Conference‘Building a Living Curriculum for Cultural Heritage and STEM’ –
Key Contributor working with Prof Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair in Property Protection and Peace, OBE and the Hilali Network, Kingston University, London.
Ongoing collaborative Project with the Hilali Network, Kingston University.
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityLondon
Period4/05/184/05/18
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    Lamonby-Pennie, A. (2018). ‘Building a Living Curriculum for Cultural Heritage and STEM’ – Key Contributor working with Prof Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair in Property Protection and Peace, OBE and the Hilali Network, Kingston University, London. European Parliament/Representation for the European Commission in the UK, Westminster, London.. Paper presented at ‘Building a Living Curriculum for Cultural Heritage and STEM’ –
    Key Contributor working with Prof Peter Stone, UNESCO Chair in Property Protection and Peace, OBE and the Hilali Network, Kingston University, London.
    Ongoing collaborative Project with the Hilali Network, Kingston University., London, United Kingdom.