Dr Harshad Keval asks if the temporary nature of Black History Month can support the call for a radical change in societal racial justice.
Academics from across different faculties question whether the recent Public Health England reports have made any ground-breaking revelations around the inequalities faced by BAME people during the Covid-19 pandemic in the UK.
Tara Brown, Dr Lorna Thomas and Shola Osinaike look at how theme parks are preparing to re-open to the public post Covid-19 lockdown.
Peter Rands, Director of Sustainability Development, discusses how climate change remains a priority for universities despite Covid-19 pandemic.
Dr Harshad Keval explores how our problematic and traumatic history is impacting on our present.
Mary Makinde is a Lecturer in Forensic Investigation and the University’s BAME Strategic Lead for the Closing Our Gap Strategy group which aims to eradicate the BAME attainment gap. In this expert comment Mary explains the work that is taking place within the University to close our gap and tackle issues around race.
‘Hero’ has gained significant traction as a term in recent weeks and Dr Michael Goodrum reflects on what this means.
Dr Susan Kenyon considers the long-term environmental impact of the ‘super-spreader narrative’ surrounding public transport.
Dr Susan Kenyon explains why the government and transport planners need to intervene now to encourage us to continue to reduce our personal travel and to support lasting travel behaviour change.
Dr Jennie Bristow discusses generational consciousness and the effect of the global Covid-19 pandemic on our young people.