For International Women’s Day Dr Kristy Howells, Dr Laura Gubby, Dr Katie Dray and Dr Hayley Mills explore how sport can become more gender-balanced.
Dr Kate Smith looks at why school children are risking detention on Friday to stand-up for their beliefs.
Dr Harshad Keval explains how recent comments by the actor Liam Neeson need to be considered within context of racism and society.
In light of a recent BBC survey, Professor of Mental Health, Doug MacInnes, explores different approaches to combat loneliness
With recent media interest on both the record growth of inbound tourism and the fall in popularity of modern languages study at A-level, Dr Karen Thomas and Dr Julie Scott, review how far home-grown talent can meet the future needs of the inbound tourism industry for linguists.
For International Women in Engineering Day Professor Gillian Youngs looks at how, as a society, we can attract more women into science, engineering and technology.
On the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Biggles books, Dr Michael Goodrum explores the character’s impact and legacy.
Dr Jonathan Barnes and Alex Ntung explore how activities such as dance, drama and art can help migrant children regain confidence and trust and lead to successful integration.
Professor Ágnes Gulyás discusses the fundamental changes in local media.
Sexual abuse, harassment and gendered misuse of power – what Westminster might learn from other institutions
Dr Janet Melville-Wiseman looks at what Westminster should be doing in the wake of recent sexual abuse allegations.