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BOF furnishes three Cardiff University buildings

13 April 2021

Bridgend firm to supply sbarc | spark, TRH and Abacws

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The future of Chinese language and culture in Welsh schools: Wales China Schools Forum March 2021

6 April 2021

School teachers and educators from Wales and beyond join Wales China Schools Forum to discuss the future of Chinese in relation to the New Curriculum.

The UK Mandarin Teaching Championship for Wales 2021 - all participants

A win-win situation at Welsh Teaching Championship for Cardiff Confucius Institute tutors

30 March 2021

Teachers from Cardiff Confucius Institute take first and second place at nationwide competition.

Sir Lenny Henry leads media diversity journal launch

30 March 2021

Research aims to create an industry that reflects all parts of society

Cardiff has third largest film and TV cluster in UK, study shows

30 March 2021

Data maps the growth of creative industries in Wales

Front page of William Hall's Personal Narrative

Historical archives focusing on race and diversity in Wales explored by academics

30 March 2021

Materials will form focus of conference to be held in Cardiff for the first time

COVID-19 political commentary linked to online hate crime

29 March 2021

New popular science book, The Science of Hate, describes evidence of link between Donald Trump tweet and online anti-Asian hate crime.

Team Cardiff reach final of national negotiation competition

26 March 2021

Two Cardiff Law students have their eyes on the prize after reaching the finals of this year’s National Negotiation Competition.

New convener role for interfaith law network

25 March 2021

The Centre for Law and Religion (CLR) is delighted to announce the appointment of Rebecca Riedel as Convener for its Interfaith Legal Advisers Network (ILAN).

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Fifth of young people in Wales were experiencing poor mental health prior to COVID-19, report shows

24 March 2021

Mental health difficulties more common among children from disadvantaged backgrounds