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Zero tolerance for bullying in healthcare?

September 22 2022

Roger Kline, MDX Research Fellow, argues tackling bullying and harassment in healthcare must remain a priority and equal more than well-meaning statements of planned action

The freedom to think: stating the obvious?

July 27 2022

MDX legal academic Beth Shiner explains how the freedom of thought, which is the foundation of all rights, has been impacted by the rise of technology ahead of an international virtual symposium

Ideal Victimhood, Misogyny, and the Amber Heard Trial

June 28 2022

MDX Criminology and Sociology lecturer Dr Daniel Sailofsky fears that the Amber Heard vs Johnny Depp trial will be a turning point for all the wrong reasons. Here he takes us through his views on why

Why Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is not the end of the UN Charter system

March 28 2022

MDX legal expert explains why international courts and the UN Charter will still be crucial in peacefully resolving the conflict

A risky business: Moderating the content on the war in Ukraine

March 16 2022

Experts from the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies (CATS) explain why content moderators have a crucial role in coverage of Ukraine crisis

Russian misuse of international law is final nail in coffin of post WW2 order

March 09 2022

MDX expert argues global system to prevent nuclear war is no longer fit for purpose

How seriously are companies taking their reporting under the Modern Slavery Act?

February 10 2022

New research by MDX academics suggests companies focus on the risk to their reputation instead of labour rights when following laws on Modern Slavery

Speaking Up: Contributing to the fight against gender-based violence online

December 17 2021

MDX academics explain why more needs to be done to tackle gender-based cyber violence.

New perspectives on evolutionary theory revealed

November 30 2021

Tom Dickins explains how popular theories on evolutionary biology have changed in modern times

Racism which impacts healthcare staff endangers patient care

November 22 2021

As well as a moral issue, tackling racism affecting NHS staff is a crucial part of improving patient safety and care, says MDX Research Fellow Roger Kline

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