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Posted 27 September 2016
Scott Taylor in the Conversation: Are quotas the best way to challenge sexism and discrimination in politics and workplaces?
Posted 19 September 2016
Since May 2015, Dr Joe Sanderson and Dr Chris Lonsdale have been delivering a multi-level CPD programme (Strategic Sourcing Masterclasses) within Rolls-Royce Aerospace and are now undertaking a research project to assess its impact.
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Posted 08 September 2016
The Independent publishes an open letter from Dr Nicola Rollock and Dr Melanie Crofts (University of Northampton) to the PM asking for action on race not audits.
Posted 02 September 2016
The newest CRRE partner is Seven Eagles an organization dedicated to raising the profile of the First people of Maine and supporting Native American culture, heritage and social justice campaigns.
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Written by Dr Adam Quinn. Given the chance to redefine both himself and his opponent, Donald Trump turned in a catastrophic performance – and Hillary Clinton handled him just right.
Posted 22 September 2016
POLSIS co-hosts Annual PSA Parliaments & Legislatures Specialist Group Conference held at the Institute for Government, London.
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HSMC's Yvonne Sawbridge has been appointed as a member of the advisory committee for an NIHR funded project 'Measuring quality in community nursing: a mixed methods study (QuICN)' – led by Sue Horrocks and Katherine Pollard at the University of West England.
If her speechat the UN is any indication, Theresa May prioritizes nationalist concerns over humanitarian ones, says IRiS's Nando Sigona in an article in 'Newsweek.
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