Roger Kline’s gives an introduction to his research on creating fairer sustainable outcomes for disabled, female and black and minority ethnic staff in the NHS
Professor Erica Howard, School of Law at MDX, discusses the recent bans on wearing face-veils and headscarves and how this could lead to a further separation of cultures than a bringing together.
Mia Scally (Forensic Psychology PHD student at MDX) outlines 4 of the 6 main myths affecting mothers and children in family court getting their voice heard and justice served.
David Lewis, Professor of Employment Law and Head of the Whistleblowing Research Unit at Middlesex University, and Helen Evans, former whistleblower at Oxfam with a diagnosis of ASC discuss the benefits of further researching the links between whistleblowing characteristics and those with ASC.
MDX Post-doctoral research fellow Dr Zahra Hussain analyses the experiences of craftswomen in South Asia during lockdown, part of the Culture and Conflict project at the LSE-based Gender, Justice and Security hub.
Dr Michela Vecchi, our Associate Professor of Economics, and dancer, discusses the physical and more importantly mental improvements dancing can bring.
Dr Susan Hansen discusses the evolving significance of street art ahead of an ICA symposium
Dr Loraine Leeson explains why cultural democracy is a vital part of a vibrant society in which everyone is able to contribute creatively
Professor Kurt Barling reflects on the life and work of his late cousin Keith Church, whose work is being showcased at Goldsmiths University
Following the case of ANZ, Tim Evans, Professor of Business and Political Economy, highlights the importance of ‘information resilience’ for MBA students
Professor Anne-Wil Harzing is dedicated to research mentoring in the Business School at MDX. Here, she discusses how her annual writing boot-camp was taken online during COVID-19 and how a community was still maintained.
Dr Sylvia Gottschalk and Dr Edward Bace explore how gender diversity in the banking sector can relate to a reduction of risk taking.
Roger Kline examines a recent case of race discrimination in the workplace, in which unconscious bias was overlooked by the employer
Dr Tim Freeman and Dr Lilian Miles report on their research into the rights of women migrant workers in Malaysia
Dr Elena Martellozzo, Associate Professor and Criminologist at MDX, presents some of the key issues that were raised during the UKCIS webinar by high-level experts from research, policy and practice.
Tom Dickins, Professor of Behavioural Science, explores the notion of social capital in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tom Dickins, Professor of Behavioural Science discusses the social risks surrounding the new Rule of Six.
Dr Michela Vecchi, Associate Professor in Economics, shares and analyses data from her recent research on overeducation in the UK workforce
In response to David Boud’s blog Practice-based learning – starting with practice, Professor Carol Costley outlines her ideas for a truly practice-based curriculum.
Professor David Boud proposes a new model of higher education with practice-based learning at the centre
Professor Anne-Wil Harzing shares the strategies Middlesex University Business School has been using to reach its research potential
Dr Sheila Cunningham highlights some of the benefits of a partnership approach to engaging students in higher education
Roger Kline, Research Fellow at our Business School, discusses the two main findings from the 2020 NHS Workforce Race Equality Standard report.
An online webinar brought together leading clinical and academic experts to discuss the impact in the rise of technology on the mental health of children and young people.
Josh Sharman and Fiona Suthers, from the Clinical Skills Team at Middlesex University and Emma Hunter, a physiotherapist and RDA coach, discuss the benefits and risks of horse riding for young people with disabilities
Leticia was a midwifery student at Middlesex University in 2018. She spent two weeks in a Philippine hospital to see the differences between the delivery of care in The Philippines and the UK.
Professor Laurent Pech, Head of the Law and Politics Department, has been researching a worrying issue he has described as ‘Rule of Law backsliding’ for more than ten years.
Los Watkins, an MDX Law Lecturer shares a piece of ongoing research into the concept of the Floating Charge and its impact on modern banking law.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police gives a personal view about the role of apprenticeships in transforming the police, encouraging new groups of people to consider a career in policing.
Dr Angus Nurse examines the current debate over reparations for slavery in both the UK and US.
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
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.
Dr Mahdi Aiash writes about the potential cyber backlash the West may face following the US military airstrike of January 2020.
Dr Mahdi Aiash explains how new vulnerabilities in computer processors should change the way we protect our devices
How did the WannaCry ransomware do such widespread damage? Dr Mahdi Aiash explains.
Director of Forensic Psychological Services Professor Joanna Adler discusses parenting in a digital future
Former BBC reporter and Professor of Journalism Kurt Barling explores whether technology can help us determine the truth
Dr Giuseppe Primiero discusses the significance of computational experiments
Rima Saini, MDX Sociology lecturer, discusses the political history and wide-reaching symbolism of ‘taking a knee’ and its current relationship with genuine anti-racist progress.
Erminia Colucci, Associate Professor in Visual and Cultural Psychology at MDX looks at the growing number of child refugees and the perilous journey they face to escape their own countries.
Dr Angus Nurse, Associate Professor and Director of Policing Programmes at MDX, discusses whether the suggested police reforms and polices will make a real difference or if more needs to be done.
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