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No quick fixes for fair recruitment

November 05 2018

Joy Warmington and Roger Kline question the continued lack of diversity in the recruitment processes of large organisations

The Unreported YIMBY

September 07 2018

Dr Siân Stephens investigates the idea that no one wants a wind farm or a coal mine ‘spoiling’ their local landscape

Tackling London’s epidemic of youth violence

July 16 2018

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.

#PrideMatters – Middlesex at Pride 2018

July 04 2018

Ahead of this year’s Pride in London, staff, students and alumni from Middlesex University describe what Pride means to them

Burqa bans and gender (in) equality

June 05 2018

Erica Howard discusses the implications of a ban on face-covering clothing for Muslim women living in Denmark

Cultural Democracy

January 04 2018

Dr Loraine Leeson explains why cultural democracy is a vital part of a vibrant society in which everyone is able to contribute creatively

Equality in the NHS: a work in progress

December 15 2017

Roger Kline revisits the Workplace Race Equality Standard and examines the impact it’s had on the NHS since its introduction in 2014

Are corporate psychopaths really successful?

Professor Clive Boddy shares some insight from his extensive research in corporate psychopaths and their impact on colleagues and organisations

Nora Cortiñas meets Jeremy Corbyn

Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo

November 14 2017

Dr Daniel Ozarow recently set up a meeting between human rights leader Nora Cortiñas and Jeremy Corbyn to discuss the situation in Argentina

Why Pride matters

July 06 2017

David Williams shares what Pride means to him, and how important it is in the LGBT+ community

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