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People from England’s most deprived areas ten times more likely to be in prison, analysis finds

16 November 2022

Data have been published as academics issue a response to plans for ‘Super Prison’ in Chorley

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What’s occurin’: Dialects in Barry, Caerphilly and Pontypridd subject of academic study

15 November 2022

Researchers are examining sociolinguistic variation in southeast Wales

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14 November 2022

Weekend of film highlights ‘stolen’ global cinema of women filmmakers

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Significant funding granted for new research project to increase the sustainability of steel production

11 November 2022

School of Social Science professors to be influential in helping reshape steel production.

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Free immigration advice service launched to help Ukrainians living in Wales

11 November 2022

Long road ahead still for families who have sought refuge, academic says

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Schools join forces to develop next generation of historians and artists

10 November 2022

Young people get creative to unearth their city’s past

Operatic monodrama to tour Wales

8 November 2022

Women-led, Cardiff-based opera company Opera’r Ddraig will be touring ‘Bhekizizwe’, the operatic monodrama.

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School of Geography and Planning research at the forefront of tackling climate change

3 November 2022

A new case study series highlights Cardiff University projects tackling climate related issues through collaborative research in Africa.

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Master’s degree students secure bursary support

3 November 2022

Three postgraduate students at the School of Geography and Planning are celebrating after securing prestigious bursaries to fund their studies.

Workshop aims to raise deaf awareness

1 November 2022

The School of Music has hosted a free workshop, "Music for the Eyes", aimed at raising deaf awareness, as part of the university’s Festival of Social Science.