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The everyday gender inequalities that underpin wartime atrocities

The everyday gender inequalities that underpin wartime atrocities
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Dr Benedetta Rossi writes for openDemocracy.
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27/04/2015

From slavery to aid: politics, labour and ecology in the Nigerian Sahle 1800-2000

From slavery to aid: politics, labour and ecology in the Nigerian Sahle 1800-2000
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Forthcoming book by Dr Benedetta Rossi.
Date:
27/04/2015

We need better methods of measuring poverty if we want to make progress

We need better methods of measuring poverty if we want to make progress
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Scott Wisor writes for The Guardian.
Date:
27/04/2015

Honorary Fellow Sir Kenneth Branagh visits the Shakespeare Institute to salute 'fantastic' collaboration with Royal Shakespeare Company

Honorary Fellow Sir Kenneth Branagh visits the Shakespeare Institute to salute 'fantastic' collaboration with Royal Shakespeare Company
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Sir Kenneth Branagh visited the Shakespeare Institute to discuss his forthcoming season in the West End and the Institute's forthcoming partnership with the RSC.
Date:
27/04/2015

Street Association Final Evaluation Report

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Street Association final evaluation report.
Date:
27/04/2015

Visit from South Korea Ministry of Health and Wellbeing

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The School of Social Policy recently hosted representatives from the Ministry of Health and Welfare in South Korea.
Date:
27/04/2015

Blog: The West Midlands – a bellwether for the election?

Blog: The West Midlands – a bellwether for the election?
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In this post, Cherry Miller discusses the key battleground seats and issues in the West Midlands. The original version of this post was published as part of the General Election 2015 series on the LSE British Politics and Policy Blog on 14th April 2015.
Date:
24/04/2015

Why the zero-carbon homes policy hasn't gone to plan

Why the zero-carbon homes policy hasn't gone to plan
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Written by Max Lempriere, PhD Researcher in Political Science. One of the UK's flagship sustainability policies is in big trouble. Less than a year from now, the theory goes, all new homes will be "zero-carbon". The reality is rather different. Economic meltdown, a housing crisis, pressure from developers and poorly designed legislation have all combined to leave the country way behind schedule.
Date:
24/04/2015

What Britain should learn from Syriza and Greek eurosceptics

What Britain should learn from Syriza and Greek eurosceptics
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Written by Dr George Kyris, Lecturer in International and European Politics. The last few years have been remarkable for Greece's relationship with the EU. The bail-out agreements between the country and the EU-IMF, the interference of the latter two in domestic affairs and the imposition of austerity have caused a sharp rise in euroscepticism.
Date:
24/04/2015

Blog: Make elections work for you: check the polls, but follow the money

Blog: Make elections work for you: check the polls, but follow the money
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Written by Chris Game. "Spoiler alert: this is a blog about elections, but not local elections – mainly because it's about election betting, and, with one conspicuous exception, which will be mentioned, our modern-day local election contests and candidates are rarely of sufficiently general interest to attract much serious fixed odds betting."
Date:
24/04/2015
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