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Centre for Research in Contemporary Problems

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The Centre for Research in Contemporary Problems is an interdisciplinary academic group that explores pressing issues of our time. The group takes a diverse range of perspectives to tackle complex problems that transcend the boundaries of traditional academic fields.

CRCP believes that diverse perspectives can uncover new insights and develop creative solutions. It encourages members to engage in rigorous and critical discussions and to challenge established assumptions and orthodoxies. Through research, teaching, and public engagement activities, CRCP aims to make a meaningful contribution to the public discourse on contemporary problems. The Centre is committed to disseminating its findings and insights to a broad audience in order to promote deeper understanding of the challenges that face our society.

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