Any law designed to deal with SLAPPs must account for the wide and growing range of SLAPP victims, says Dr Peter Coe.
We spoke to renowned violinist Jennifer Pike about a special concert combining Indian and Western classical music traditions
A panel of academics reflected on collaborative public history: history that is made with and by, as well as for, the public.
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Our experts are working with partners in India on research and education collaborations that will help improve people's lives.
Employment prospects among blind and partially-sighted people have not changed in a generation, with only one in four in paid employment.
University of Birmingham linguistic expert is selected to join prestigious Australian academic fellowship
Scotland would eventually be able to forge a new path towards economic prosperity after independence, but this would not be an easy pathway.
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Tim Naughton, who co-founded engineering technology startup Salinity Solutions in 2021 has been chosen for inclusion in the TechRound ‘29under29’ listing.
Vulnerable migrants in the UK face a major threat to their well-being because they cannot easily access healthcare.
The Birmingham Leadership Institute has officially launched its brand-new podcast, ‘Leadership Exchanged’.