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Human rights violations and graphic novels

June 05 2015

Dr David Keane takes a look at graphic novels as accounts of legal issues and human rights abuses

Lars Plougmann (Creative Commons 2.0)

Addressing race discrimination within the NHS

June 04 2015

Research Fellow Roger Kline examines research on discrimination within the NHS and explains how a bullying culture is harming patients

Nurse by Shuttershock

How NHS working culture rips us all off

June 02 2015

Senior Lecturer in HRM Elizabeth Cotton looks at the reality of working for the NHS from the perspective of the employees on the front-line

Jonathan Kos-Read Creative Commons 2.0

Supporting offenders who are also victims

May 29 2015

Associate Professor in Criminology Dr David Porteous looks at issues affecting youth offenders who have also been victims of crime or abuse

Fe Ilya - Creative Commons 2.0

Intimate partner violence among adolescents

May 21 2015

Research Associate Mia Scally considers the issues facing young people trapped in abusive and violent relationships, such as isolation and lack of social support

Gay Rights are Human Rights - ep_jhu

Freedom of religion vs LGBT equality

May 12 2015

Dr Erica Howard and Dr Alice Donald discuss recent conflicts between religious and LGBT rights, and conclude mediation may be more fruitful than litigation in resolving such disputes

The Twitter logo is posted into a ballot pox

General Election 2015: what Twitter tells us

May 06 2015

Dr Balbir Barn, Dr Giuseppe Primiero and Dr Franco Raimondi have been researching tweets relating to the 2015 election to determine whether social media can help predict political outcomes

Depression - Ryan Melaugh

Why do some people develop depression?

May 01 2015

Research Fellow Dr Zola Mannie sheds light on scientific research investigating possible causes of depression, particularly those involving neurobiological compounds

Ed Miliband photoshopped to look like Marlon Brandon (twitter.com/cooledmiliband)

Does it matter that Ed Miliband looks weird?

April 28 2015

Lecturer in Public Relations and Media Martin McGrath examines the effect of political campaigns focusing on personal attacks, and asks whether such tactics appeal to today’s voters

Charlie Hebdo

Freedom of expression and French cartoons

April 15 2015

Dr David Keane and Professor Laurent Pech discuss the impact of the Charlie Hebdo attack on the future of the French cartoon industry

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