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Posted 24 October 2016
The Chartered Association of Business Schools launched its national report - 'Business schools: delivering value to local and regional economies' – at the House of Lords in September. The report examines the far reaching contributions business schools make to local and regional economies. Here City-REDI shares some key reflections from the event.
Posted 21 October 2016
Joanne Duberley in the Conversation: Research shows that the way meritocracy is discussed can actually curtail opportunities for social mobility.
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Posted 11 October 2016
Professor David Gillborn to discuss 'White Lies: things we're told about Race and Education that aren't true' at at Leeds Beckett University
Posted 05 October 2016
The Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues in the School of Education will be running a free two-week online course What is Character? Virtue Ethics in Education, in partnership with FutureLearn
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Daniele Albertazzi's article (with Sean Mueller) 'Populism and Liberal Democracy: Populists in Government in Austria, Italy, Poland and Switzerland' was reprinted in The Populist Radical Right - A Reader, Edited by Cas Mudde.
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) is inviting applications for short term voluntary placements.
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IRiS's Nando Sigona speaks to BBC World Service Newshour on the Calais jungle and what next for its residents: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04c4wy8 from 47'30''.
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