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Talking Brexit and market volatility

8 May 2017

Breakfast Briefing considers how business can mitigate against Brexit uncertainty

Journalist Patrick Cockburn

Foreign correspondent Patrick Cockburn to deliver guest lecture

4 May 2017

Public lecture by Middle East journalist Patrick Cockburn to be third Nick Lewis Memorial Trust Lecture.

Learned Society of Wales Book

Academics honoured

4 May 2017

Cardiff University academics elected Fellows of the Learned Society of Wales

A neglected child

Health and Social Care Law specialists draft response to Welsh Government guidance

4 May 2017

The Centre for Health and Social Care Law (CHSCL) has recently submitted a response to Welsh Government on draft guidance for practitioners who work on cases of neglect or abuse.

The stigma of being looked after graphics

Online education hub for children in care

4 May 2017

Cardiff University and Welsh Government join forces to develop online resource

Soldiers in front of the sphinx and pyramid at Giza

The First World War in the lands of the Pharaohs

4 May 2017

For the last two years, Dr Steve Mills and Professor Paul Nicholson have been collecting images of Egypt and Palestine taken during the First World War.

From left: Dr Shailen Nandy, Cardiff University, Dr Diego Angemi, Chief, Social Policy and Advocacy at UNICEF Uganda, Dr Viliami Konifelenisi Fifita, Government Statistician, Kingdom of Tonga, Mr Vincent Ssennono, Principal Statistiian at UBOS, and Dr Sebnem Hawksworth-Eroglu, University of Bristol

Working with UNICEF to improve global measures of poverty

3 May 2017

Academics at Cardiff and Bristol are working to help improve global measures of poverty.

Image of two males and one female at award presentation

Undergraduate named ‘one to watch’ at prestigious awards

3 May 2017

Alex Stickler collects his 2017 Targetjobs One to Watch Undergraduate of the Year award

Fond farewell to long serving colleague

3 May 2017

Marking the retirement of Professor of Organisational Analysis, Annette Davies

Professor Kenneth Gloag (1960-2017)

2 May 2017

It is with deep sadness that the School of Music announces the death, on 28 April 2017, of Professor Kenneth Gloag.