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Top 10 Biggest Scottish Settlements ( Cities / Towns ) / Top Ten Biggest Cities Scotland What will you find out about the Scotlands Cities? Thanks for watching Subscribe for more. Follow Smart Facts UK on Facebook : - https://www.facebook.com/SmartFactsUK Top 10 Scottish Cities / Towns / Settlements / Places List :- 10. Dunfermline Population: 50,380 Classification: Town Council: Fife 9. Cumbernauld Population: 51,610 Classification: Town Council: North Lanarkshire 8. Hamilton Population: 53,200 Classification: Town Council: South Lanarkshire 7. Livingston Population: 56,570 Classification: Town Council: West Lothian 6. East Kilbride Population: 74,740 Classification: Town Council: South Lanarkshire 5. Paisley Population: 76,220 Classification: Town Council: Renfrewshire 4. Dundee ...
Very few people have ever been to these 13 crazy remote places it shocking how secluded these cities and towns actually are. Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 4. Grise Fiord If you were ever looking on the globe or google earth at the islands in Northern Canada and wondered if people actually live there, the answer is yes and Grise Fiord is probably one the most shocking examples. Located within the Nunavut Territory of Canada, it’s certainly one of the coldest inhabited places on earth, with a yearly average temperature of -16.5 degrees C and the northernmost settlement in Canada. Not too surprisingly, the population here seems to be steadily declining and only houses 150 permanent residents. No connecting roads means the only way to connect to the outside world is by airpla...
From a network of tunnels run by a drug lord named Bruce Lee, to The canal settlements of Amsterdam. More of my videos: 10 Best Hidden Rooms Ever ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHgChHVN_dY 10 Most Haunted Hospitals ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqb9gkDBR64&spfreload=10 Legal _______ Music credits: "Rites" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ ------- Image credits: (Coober pedy image #1: copyright https://www.flickr.com/photos/graeme/) Licensed under Creative Commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ ..... (Coober pedy church image: copyright https://www.flickr.com/photos/58769188@N00/) Licensed under Creative Commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ .... (Co...
A short tour of Scottish cities led me from Edinburgh to Stirling in 2014, utilising the Edinburgh to Dunblane Railway Line. In these two short excerpts, the outskirts of Edinburgh can be seen as well as The Kelpies, a 30m high horse-head sculpture at Falkirk. Edinburgh features as one of the larger chapters in A Spectrum Of Settlements where the focus is very much on its place as the more cosmopolitan of Scotland's two prominent cities. Buy A Spectrum Of Settlements from Waterstones: https://www.waterstones.com/book/a-spectrum-of-settlements/joseph-rogers/9781364234751
A seminar by Prof Samuel Hickey (University of Manchester) on the comparative insights into the politics of development in Africa given at the Political Settlements Research Programme Summer School, held June 2016 at the University of Edinburgh.
A seminar presented by Prof Fionnuala Ni Aolaine (University of Ulster/University of Minnesota) at the Political Settlements Research Programme Summer School, hosted by the Global Justice Academy at the University of Edinburgh in June 2016.
Scotland: The Western Islands is a factual travel documentary series which aims to reveal the lesser known sights and history of just some of the many settlements and islands which exist in this unique part of the world. In the first stage of this unique journey, the team travel north to the Isle of Arran and Holy Isle, before reaching the gateway to the Western Isles, the Isle of Islay. Visit our website at: http://www.notepadproductions.co.uk/project2.html for more information on the series. Subscribe to the Notepad Productions channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=notepadproductions Copyright 2015 Notepad Productions. All Rights Reserved.
Scotland: The Western Islands is a factual travel documentary series which aims to reveal the lesser known sights and history of just some of the many settlements and islands which exist in this unique part of the world. In this episode, Alex and the team continue to explore the traditional heritage of Islay, travelling along the island’s west coast to Kilchoman, before heading north east to Port Askaig. Visit our website at: http://www.notepadproductions.co.uk/project2.html for more information on the series. Subscribe to the Notepad Productions channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=notepadproductions Copyright 2015 Notepad Productions. All Rights Reserved.
Full title: 'Political Settlements - Connecting Gender Analysis between the Spheres of formal politics, social movements, external actors and Gender policy outcomes' A seminar presented by Prof Catherine O'Rourke (TJI) at the Political Settlements Research Programme Summer School, hosted by the Global Justice Academy at the University of Edinburgh in June 2016.
Anne Crone AOC ARCHAEOLOGY GROUP The work of the Scottish Wetland Archaeology Programme is revealing great variation in the types of wetland site used during the Iron Age in SW Scotland. Black Loch of Myrton had been labelled a crannog since its discovery in the 19th century but excavations in 2013 have revealed that it was actually an Iron Age loch-village, the Scottish equivalent of the iconic Glastonbury Lake Village in Somerset. This discovery has prompted many questions, not least of which is whether any or many of the other sites identified as crannogs in the 19th century were also loch-villages. Are these Iron Age villages translated into a wetland setting, an interim stage between the roundhouse settlements of the terrestrial record and the man-made island dwelling? As a hitherto u...
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Christine Bell, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Edinburgh, Co-Director, Global Justice Academy, and Programme Director, Political Settlements Research Programme, delivered an ESIL Lecture on ‘The Role of Human Rights in Peace Settlements – A Twenty-Five Year History: Northern Ireland’s Past and Current Struggles in Global Perspective.’ The Lecture took place on Monday 23 November 2015 at the Great Hall, Queen’s University of Belfast.
Educate yourself in 7 minutes. Norman Finkelstein talks at Edinburgh University in January 2008 about the legality and status of Israel's wall, acquired land, borders, settlements and settlers in occupied territories. According to the highest world court, Israel's wall is illegal. Also decided, Israel has no title to Gaza, West Bank or East Jerusalem. The settlers and settlements are also deemed illegal. For the full audio: http://www.normanfinkelstein.com/article.php?pg=11&ar=1461 John Hilley's blog entry: http://johnhilley.blogspot.com/2008/02/demystifying-palestinian-issue.html
HEADLINE: Did Race Affect Katrina Insurance Settlements? --------------------------------------- CAPTION: An Associated Press investigation reveals that Hurricane Katrina victims living in white neighborhoods were three times as likely as those in black neighborhoods to seek and get state help in insurance disputes. (Oct. 24) ---------------------------------------- [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] "They wasn't fair to nobody, white black everybody" STOP IN ANY CITY ALONG THE LOUISIANA GULFCOAST AND YOU'LL FIND PEOPLE STILL UPSET WITH THEIR INSURANCE COMPANIES A YEAR AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA… BUT WHILE THE STORIES ARE SIMILAR. "The insurance money is going to run out" THE WAY PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT RACES, AND ECONOMIC BACKGROUNDS ARE HANDLING THE SITUATION IS QUITE DIFFERENT.. THESE ARE ...
Paper presentation by Daire McGill (TJI, University of Ulster) at the Political Settlements Research Programme Summer School, hosted by the Global Justice Academy at the University of Edinburgh, June 20-23, 2016.
Eastern rear facing views from a CrossCountry train travelling between Edinburgh and Newcastle. This footage goes as far as Berwick-Upon-Tweed, but stops there as the light conditions were deteriorating. It predominantly features views over the Edinburgh suburbs and Scottish and Northumberland countryside as well as some urban settlements including Dunbar. This footage ends just after passing the centre of Berwick-Upon-Tweed.
Places to see in ( Edinburgh - UK ) Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh Castle is a historic fortress which dominates the skyline of the city of Edinburgh, Scotland, from its position on the Edinburgh Castle Rock. Archaeologists have established human occupation of the rock since at least the Iron Age (2nd century AD), although the nature of the early settlement is unclear. There has been a royal castle on the rock since at least the reign of David I in the 12th century, and the site continued to be a royal residence until 1633. From the 15th century the castle's residential role declined, and by the 17th century it was principally used as military barracks with a large garrison. Edinburgh Castle importance as a part of Scotland's national heritage was recognised increasingly from the early 19th ...