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Children’s views to drive a better future for their community

16 March 2022

Project explores the impact of urban planning on the youngest members of society

Learners have not closed the door on languages just before they make GCSE option choices, report shows

15 March 2022

Largest UK study of its kind explores young people’s attitudes to modern foreign languages

Professor John Loughlin

Emeritus Professor appointed senior advisor on European Democracy report

15 March 2022

At a time when democracy in Europe is at the forefront of our minds, an Emeritus Professor at the School of Law and Politics is Senior Expert Advisor to the High Level Group reporting on European Democracy at the Conference on the Future of Europe.

Access to Justice expert appointed to Legal Services Consumer Panel

15 March 2022

Senior Lecturer in Law, Dr Daniel Newman has been appointed to the Legal Services Consumer Panel by The Legal Services Board (LSB).

Menthol cigarettes used by three fifths of young smokers in Wales prior to their ban

14 March 2022

Flavoured cigarette use by children has been overlooked, study finds

New data raises “important questions” about consistency of support for children in care

11 March 2022

Social workers and leaders in children’s social care were asked for their views on provision in Wales

Further support for households may be needed as cost-of-living squeeze continues

11 March 2022

Current measures do not go far enough to offset rise in prices, report concludes

Image of the Death and Transfiguration album cover

“Death and Transfiguration” receives rave reviews

10 March 2022

Death and Transfiguration, Professor Kenneth Hamilton’s new album devoted to the piano music of Franz Liszt, continues to earn accolades.

Working with Translation: Theory and Practice

10 March 2022

Our free FutureLearn course, Working with Translation: Theory and Practice is available for enrolment and is open to all. The next run of the course will start on the 14 March 2022.

Career catchup – Matthew Congreve

4 March 2022

Last year Matthew Congreve, who graduated from our BScEcon International Relations and Politics programme in 2018, completed the Civil Service Fast Stream and was promoted to the role of Second Clerk of the Defence Committee in the House of Commons.