School of Geography and Planning

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Academics at the forefront of research into Brexit

29 March 2018

Cardiff University experts informing the debate

Places of worship as symbols of unity and division

29 March 2018

Event looked at how modern places of worship can often divide as well as unite communities

RGS recognition for undergraduate provision

26 March 2018

BSc Geography (Human) secures Royal Geographical Society (RGS) accreditation

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Expanding postgraduate provision

15 March 2018

Two exciting new Master’s programmes launched for September 2018 entry.

Exploring spirituality and magic’s impact on development practices

2 March 2018

Journal special issue represents a significant intervention into thinking on witchcraft, spirituality and development

Exploring economic resilience

2 March 2018

Report examines households’ perceptions of their capacity to overcome unexpected financial setbacks

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Tackling rough-sleeping in Wales

15 February 2018

Dr Peter Mackie addresses the National Assembly for Wales’ Inquiry into rough-sleeping in Wales

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Research shows fall in number of empty Welsh shops

26 January 2018

Research concludes new initiatives needed to fill vacant shops and keep high streets thriving

ESRC Productivity Insights Network

ESRC Productivity Insights Network launched

18 January 2018

Cardiff academics to help understanding of the factors affecting UK productivity

ESRC funding supports new research

9 January 2018

Two academics secure new funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)

Dissertation recognition for graduate

19 December 2017

Recent graduate secures national recognition for her dissertation on gender and nationality in a post-conflict environment

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Risk of “dirty” turkey after Brexit if UK strikes a US trade deal

18 December 2017

Research finds US poultry does not meet EU safety standards and warns shoppers would be safer if UK kept European standards

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Supporting institutional renewal and promoting teaching excellence in Ukraine

14 December 2017

School hosts Ukrainian delegation from Lugansk National Agrarian University

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Celebrating academic excellence

11 December 2017

Annual event recognises student achievement and high-performance

Economics

Cultural and psychological factors holding back competitiveness in northern regions

11 December 2017

Report reveals economic performance of Britain’s regions and cities

Researcher nominated for Impact Award

6 December 2017

Dr Peter Mackie nominated at the Wales Social Research Awards

Valencia Food Conference

Research fellow leads successful global networking meeting on urban food

23 November 2017

Dr Ana Moragues Faus convened a meeting of city networks in the Milan Food Policy Pact conference in Valencia in October

Council leader engages with 'planning for a just city' pioneer

23 November 2017

Lecture addresses prioritising justice in planning practice and policy

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Rethinking food in Wales

27 October 2017

Food security and sustainability expert addresses inquiry into rethinking food strategies in Wales.

Pathway

Campaign and Cardiff launch tool-kit to link evidence and policymaking

25 October 2017

The University and the Campaign for Social Science have worked together to develop a new online tool-kit designed to help new researchers improve their political impact.