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Eliminating discrimination: the case of Myanmar

May 24 2017

What could the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination mean for Myanmar? asks Dr David Keane

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Human rights: tackling non-implementation

May 23 2017

Almost 10,000 European Court of Human Rights judgments have yet to be implemented. Dr Alice Donald explores how the problem of non-implementation by governments could be tackled.

WannaCry: The Story and Lessons

May 17 2017

How did the WannaCry ransomware do such widespread damage? Dr Mahdi Aiash explains.

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Researching the wellbeing of students

May 08 2017

The Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies is using a platform called the Computerised Life Events Assessment Record to investigate student wellbeing

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The Great Repeal Bill explained in Post-its

May 03 2017

Sticky Tricky Law founder Dr Joelle Grogan explores how human rights in the UK affected by the legislation

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A milestone General Election?

April 19 2017

The snap General Election called by Theresa May could represent an inflection point in politics says Professor of Business and Political Economy Tim Evans

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Concept of indirect discrimination restored

April 07 2017

Supreme Court judgment in Home Office case is ‘a welcome decision’ says Associate Professor in Law Dr Erica Howard

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A suitable case for treatment

April 06 2017

NHS equality expert Roger Kline on the disproportionate referrals of BME nurses and midwives to the Nursing and Midwifery Council

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Brexit negotiations explained in Post-its

March 31 2017

Sticky Tricky Law founder Dr Joelle Grogan outlines what is ahead for David Davis and Michel Barnier

Changing the debate about social mobility

March 21 2017

Vice-Chancellor Professor Tim Blackman wants a collaborative approach to help students from disadvantaged backgrounds succeed in life

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