Angela Griffiths, Ambassador for Corporate Engagement at Middlesex University, reflects on the importance of women’s networks in the professional world
Dr Siân Stephens investigates the idea that no one wants a wind farm or a coal mine ‘spoiling’ their local landscape
Bethany Shiner argues instead of focusing on how the population is being misled by dishonest political campaigns we should be demanding integrity and honesty from our politicians
Dr Lilian Miles shares details of her recent project, funded by the United Nations Gender Theme Group, in which she developed a toolkit to advance the rights of migrant women working in Malaysia.
PhD student Nicola Coleman explores the issue of youth violence in the capital, talking to ex-offender and PhD student Junior Smart about his work with the SOS Project.
Ahead of this year’s Pride in London, staff, students and alumni from Middlesex University describe what Pride means to them
Dr Ian Roper examines the decline in strike action over recent years in the UK and asks whether it indicates a more harmonious employment environment.
Erica Howard discusses the implications of a ban on face-covering clothing for Muslim women living in Denmark
Dr Angus Nurse is exploring the possibility that abusing animals can lead to committing violence towards humans
Delighted at the announcement of our academic's @ErminiaColucci's new research. https://t.co/AfWVyDbYIE
Last Sunday, 800 candidates stood for 111 seats in Iraqi Kurdistan's parliamentary election. Both major parties say… https://t.co/ffyyp77BPc
Published MDX research reveals that #Airbnb distribution depends on who lives there, not distance to city centre. https://t.co/4poazYay1K