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Posted 20 July 2016
1 July marked the launch of the new Centre for Crime, Justice and Policing, a centre that will bring together a diverse group of over 40 researchers who either work in the area of crime, justice and policing or have methodological expertise.
Posted 18 July 2016
Dr María Villares, Research Fellow at the Center for Research in Ethnic Minority Entrepreneurship (CREME), has published an article in the renowned Social Sciences journal Ethnic and Racial Studies.
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The 2016 Jubilee Youth Awards were presented to 14 young people at the House of Lords.
Posted 23 May 2016
The School of Education has risen 31 places in the 2017 Guardian University League Tables
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Posted 22 July 2016
Written by Professor Paul Jackson, Professor of African Politics. Betrayed by corrupt mismanagement and personalised leadership, the world's youngest country is in danger of total collapse.
Posted 19 July 2016
Dr Andrew Futter has recently published a new edited volume on The United Kingdom and the Future of Nuclear Weapons.
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Posted 26 July 2016
Deputy Director of the Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS), Nando Sigona, was recently interviewed by Rosemary Bechler, Editor for 'Open Democracy'.
Posted 25 July 2016
With more people surviving cancer than ever before we need to focus on how to support cancer survivors to live well post-cancer. For some cancer survivors, the chronic nature of some of the side-effects from cancer and its treatment can be debilitating and exhausting, resulting in assaults to their physical, psychological and emotional health and wellbeing.
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