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A selection of images taken during the Annual Conference of the Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland (AHGBI).

Association of Hispanists welcomed in Cardiff for annual conference

23 May 2017

Cardiff was the host city for this year’s Annual Conference of the Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland (AHGBI)

Silhouette of stressed office worker

Escaping emotional traps in the workplace

23 May 2017

New book identifies emotion repression at work and how to overcome it

Fans cheering in football stadium

When fiction met football

23 May 2017

Extra time for Fiction Fiesta, celebrating football writing and the Latin American short story

Decision-making and policy masterclass

23 May 2017

Academi Wales and Cardiff Business School host Professor Eldar Shafir

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

Hay Festival signage

Healing Brexit generational divide

22 May 2017

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

Photojournalist Chuck Rapoport

Photojournalist Chuck Rapoport honoured by the National Union of Journalists

19 May 2017

Chuck Rapoport has been recognised for his reporting from the traumatised community of Aberfan in 1966.

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

Richard Gwyn, Director of Creative Writing

Viva Hay! Celebrating the best of Latin American literature at celebrated literary festival

18 May 2017

The best of contemporary Latin American poetry and two of the finest living Latin American writers will feature at this year’s Hay Festival, in events curated by the University’s Director of Creative Writing

Rhodri Morgan

Rhodri Morgan 1939 – 2017

18 May 2017

The School of Law and Politics at Cardiff University is sad to note the passing of Rhodri Morgan, who was the First Minister of Wales from 2000-2009.