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Politics - 07.12.2018
Nottingham expert puts museum collection under the spotlight
The stories behind objects in People's History Museum's vast collection have been given a fresh perspective and relevance for contemporary audiences.

Politics - 29.11.2018
University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia
University of Bristol supports building a sustainable peace in Colombia
A team at the University of Bristol is investigating the gendered nature of armed conflict in Colombia in support of the Colombian Truth Commission, which formally launches today, 29 November and aims to address injustices from the war. In 2016 a peace agreement brought an end to the world's longest running armed conflict, the 51-year dispute between the Colombian government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces (FARC-EP).

Politics - 23.11.2018
We are all 'others': teaching children to celebrate differences
We are all ’others’: teaching children to celebrate differences
As the world around us increasingly divides into 'us and others', the University of Cambridge Primary School is taking part in a new research project to help children discover for themselves that far more unites us than divides us.

Politics - 09.10.2018
A Brexit referendum is clearly possible, but contingency planning must start now
A referendum on Brexit is clearly possible, but the details matter.† Various processes must be put in place to ensure the referendum is legitimate, according to a new report by the UCL Constitution Unit.

Politics - Social Sciences - 02.10.2018
Liberals see elite-educated politicians as more competent, while conservatives see them as less relatable
A small number of elite universities serve as the prime breeding grounds for American power brokers.

Politics - 01.08.2018
One-party dominance of Wales examined
The consequences of one-party dominance for political life in Wales will be examined by the political communicator of the year at the National Eisteddfod.

Politics - Physics - 29.06.2018
Gut bugs and e-politics: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. It's been a busy week of news at Imperial, and it's not letting up quite yet.

Politics - Administration - 25.06.2018

Politics - Religions - 25.06.2018

Innovation / Technology - Politics - 21.06.2018
Major new project to examine the politics of fracking in the UK
Major new project to examine the politics of fracking in the UK A new research project by academics from the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex is hoping to shed light on the politics of fracking and the utilisation of shale gas within the UK, primarily England. A hotly contested issue since its emergence on the scene in 2010, the study will assess the scope for public opinion to influence policy and decision-making on shale site development in the UK, and whether this is likely to reduce or amplify controversy.

Media - Politics - 12.06.2018
Facebook used less for news as discussion moves towards messaging apps
The use of social media for news has started to fall in a number of key markets after years of continuous growth, according to the seventh annual Digital News Report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism at the University of Oxford.

Social Sciences - Politics - 05.06.2018
Report sheds light on prison system in Wales
Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre has today (Tuesday 5 June) published 'Imprisonment in Wales: A Factfile', a set of Wales-specific data examining the prison system.

Careers / Employment - Politics - 25.05.2018
The spies who loved him – what do real intelligence officers think of James Bond?
As a new art exhibition opens at Bletchley Park celebrating the James Bond series and exploring Bond creator Ian Fleming's links to the secret world of intelligence and espionage, two University of Warwick academics reveal what real spies think of Fleming's famous creation.

Literature / Linguistics - Politics - 21.05.2018
University experts line up for Hay Festival
University experts line up for Hay Festival
The value of learning languages in Brexit Britain comes under the spotlight as part of Cardiff University's Cardiff Series at this year's Hay Festival.

Politics - Administration - 26.04.2018
Urgent action needed to safeguard the internet for all, says expert
World leaders must join together to ensure new technologies do not become a means of harm, according to an influential academic in the field of internet governance.

Business / Economics - Politics - 18.04.2018
New approach needed for countries caught in ’fragility trap’
Members of the LSE-Oxford Commission on State Fragility, Growth and Development (from left): Ngaire Woods, Paul Collier, David Cameron, Donald Kaberuka.

Politics - 05.04.2018

Business / Economics - Politics - 04.04.2018
Syrian Refugees, their journey and their aspirations in the spotlight
Syrian Refugees, their journey and their aspirations in the spotlight
University of Glasgow academics who have carried out an innovative research study among 7300 Syrian refugees will tomorrow (5 April 2018) present their preliminary findings.

Business / Economics - Politics - 21.03.2018
The IMF’s surprising interventions within Politics of Austerity debates
The IMF's reputation, expertise and mandate enabled it to define the crisis and encourage policy responses which challenged conventional economic wisdom at the time.

Academic Rankings - Politics - 02.03.2018

Politics - History / Archeology - 15.02.2018

Politics - 05.02.2018
Trump supporters and extreme right ’share widest range of junk news’
Donald Trump supporters shared the widest range of 'junk news' on Twitter in the run-up to his recent State of the Union Address.

Politics - Administration - 05.02.2018
Robert Burns hid his radical politics in
Robert Burns hid his radical politics in "plain view", says leading academic
Robert Burns hid his radical and progressive political views “in plain view” while working for the Crown during the turbulent years of the late 18th century, a leading expert on Scotland's national bard will reveal.

Politics - Administration - 05.02.2018
Robert Burns hid his radical politics in "plain view", says leading academic
Robert Burns hid his radical and progressive political views “in plain view” while working for the Crown during the turbulent years of the late 18th century, a leading expert on Scotland's national bard will reveal.

Social Sciences - Politics - 31.01.2018

Politics - 24.01.2018
New Records shed light on the Bard’s politics and character
‌ Two newly-identified letters on display for the first time at National Records of Scotland (NRS) reveal how Robert Burns was viewed by his contemporaries. The letters, written by John Mitchell, Burns' boss, to one of the poet's most important patrons, Robert Graham of Fintry, will inform debate on the extent of the Bard's radicalism.

Politics - Careers / Employment - 14.01.2018

Politics - Health - 15.12.2017

Politics - Administration - 14.12.2017
Creating a parliament that works for Wales
More AMs are needed to hold the Welsh Government to account and deliver for the people of Wales a report led by a University expert concludes.

Careers / Employment - Politics - 12.12.2017

Politics - 10.11.2017
Parliament must act speedily to contain sexual harassment scandal, says John Bercow
Parliament must act speedily to contain sexual harassment scandal, says John Bercow
The sexual harassment scandal in British politics has the potential to be as serious as the 2009 expenses scandal, said the Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow.

Politics - 07.11.2017

Politics - Careers / Employment - 03.11.2017
Westminster harassment: this is not just about sex, it's about power
Westminster harassment: this is not just about sex, it’s about power
Rainbow Murray , Professor of Politics at Queen Mary, writes for The Conversation about the sexual harassment scandal in British politics.

Social Sciences - Politics - 26.10.2017
Deep divisions persisting on Brexit
New research published by the University's Wales Governance Centre reveals that deep divisions still exist between Remain and Leave voters in the June 2016 Brexit referendum, and that no consensus is emerging among Welsh people on the Brexit process.

Politics - 25.10.2017
Reversing Brexit would be catastrophic for politics, says Lisa Nandy
Reversing Brexit would be catastrophic for politics, says Lisa Nandy
Remainers need to drop the idea of reversing Brexit, according to Lisa Nandy MP. Speaking to Professor Philip Cowley at QMUL's Mile End Institute, she the consequences of a reversal would be catastrophic.

Politics - 10.10.2017
Londoners identify more with their city than with Britain, England, or Europe
Londoners identify more with their city than with Britain, England, or Europe
Londoners identify more strongly with their home city than with any other national or European identity, according to a survey by researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
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