School of Social Sciences

Amanda Robinson

Criminology community come to Cardiff for prestigious conference

19 September 2017

More than 1100 delegates from across the world visited Cardiff University for the European Society of Criminology annual conference.

Young girl hugs mother's leg

Visiting mothers in prison

7 September 2017

Visiting Mum: an essential asset for children of female prisoners

Crowd of people overlayed with radiowave grid

Communications policing is the new community policing

4 September 2017

Collaborative research finds UK policing approaches to social media analytics are fragmented and struggling to keep up with technological advances

Copcat London Underground Advert

A cartoon cat is helping the police in London

8 August 2017

Copcat has been warning the public of thieves on bikes stealing mobile phones

Girl playing hopscotch

Are Welsh-medium schools in south-east Wales ‘middle class’?

7 August 2017

University expert examines issue at National Eisteddfod

Three Graduates from Cardiff University School of Social Sciences

Celebrating the class of 2017

1 August 2017

Congratulations to all of this year's graduates

Making sense of a changing Wales

25 July 2017

Turbulent times examined by University experts at National Eisteddfod

Mindfulness meditation

Understanding mindfulness in modern life

20 July 2017

New project will investigate the mindfulness ‘movement’ as a social phenomenon

Young people want more choice in GCSE experience

20 July 2017

New research gathers the views of students on school-leaving exams

Amy Davies

Inspirational mother graduates from Cardiff University

20 July 2017

After early years in care to becoming a foster carer and full-time social worker, Amy Davies celebrates special graduation day

AGENDA Postcard

Celebrating AGENDA’s first steps

18 July 2017

Educating AGENDA conference celebrates the project’s impact so far

Captain at ship's helm

The religious lives of international seafarers

23 June 2017

New research examines experience of seafarers, port chaplains and welfare workers

Professor Paul Chaney winner of Chwarae Teg Womenspire 17 Man of the Year

Professor Paul Chaney wins Man of the Year award

22 June 2017

Professor Paul Chaney wins at Chwarae Teg’s #Womenspire17 awards

'Fake News' written in code

The spread of fake news following terrorist attacks

20 June 2017

Social media reactions analysed to examine the spread of fake news and its impact on behaviour

Two policemen in uniform

UPSI welcomes two CUROP students

19 June 2017

Social Science students will join the Universities' Police Science Institute this summer

£6M centre to help tackle major policy challenges

14 June 2017

Cardiff University chosen as home for Wales Centre for Public Policy

Merthyr Rising festival logo

Project’s support for festival

23 May 2017

Three-day Merthyr Rising festival includes Waun Common Debates

Hay Festival signage

Healing Brexit generational divide

22 May 2017

Referendum fallout is among Cardiff University events at 30th Hay Festival

Woman taking money from purse

Record levels of in-work poverty revealed

22 May 2017

60% of all people in poverty in the UK live in working households, new report finds

Huw Owen Medal

Cardiff academics celebrated with awards

19 May 2017

Researchers from across the University pick up prestigious medals from the Learned Society of Wales