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Challenging gender-based and sexual violence

30 November 2016

Ground-breaking guide produced in partnership with and for young people

Rt Hon The Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales,   Rt. Hon. Dame Sian Elias, GNZM, Chief Justice of New Zealand and Prof Chantal Stebbings (Chair of the Hamlyn Trust).

“Fair and Just” – School hosts prestigious Hamlyn lecture

30 November 2016

The School of Law and Politics played host to the first Hamlyn lecture of the 2016 series; welcoming The Rt. Hon. Dame Sian Elias, GNZM, Chief Justice of New Zealand to Cardiff in November.

Image of Dr Sofia Gameiro delivering her remarks

13th Public Uni event showcases research diversity

29 November 2016

Speakers present their research in bite-size, digestible chunks, and articulate its social, political or economic impact

East African port

New research project investigates maritime security capacity building in the Western Indian Ocean

29 November 2016

A new research project hosted by Politics and International Relations academics and the university’s Crime and Security Research Institute will study lessons from maritime security capacity building in the Western Indian Ocean.

Lewis MacDonald

Cardiff student sets up online resource for keen language learners

29 November 2016

Lewis Macdonald, a postgraduate student at the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies has set up a new online resource for language learners in Cardiff.

John Simpson

We Chose to Speak of War and Strife

28 November 2016

BBC’s World Affairs Editor John Simpson delivers distinguished lecture

Water well Africa

Safe and reliable water access

25 November 2016

Understanding how water choice influences community resilience.

Survey investigates state of children’s book market

25 November 2016

Noted academic conducts a National Survey of Welsh-language Books for Children and Young Adults

Quantitative research book cover

Making Social Work Count

25 November 2016

Two professors in the School of Social Sciences are among the co-authors of a new book on quantitative research methods for social work.

Kenyan court

Global Justice Programme wins funding for student placements overseas

25 November 2016

A group of three law students will be placed with a leading public interest litigation and constitutional reform organisation in Kenya next summer as a result of a successful application to the University’s Global Opportunities Fund.