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Business Schools and the Public Good report published

5 July 2021

A drive towards purpose-driven governance and delivery of public good in UK business schools

Forecasting demand, improving inventories

2 July 2021

New book helps predict intermittent demand

War on Witchcraft – how historians see the present in the past

1 July 2021

Cardiff early modern historian looks at how earlier generations of witchcraft historians sought to make witchcraft itself a thing of the past in the latest Elements in Magic series

New website to support “cultural shift” in children’s safeguarding

1 July 2021

Research and resources launched at checkyourthinking.org

Linguists part of global team behind COVID-19 children’s book

1 July 2021

A group of Cardiff linguists are part of the global team behind the dissemination of a new book designed to help children through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Destitution in a post-pandemic Wales

1 July 2021

Destitution is projected to be three times higher in Wales following the COVID-19 pandemic, but a leading Welsh think tank suggest that introduction of a Welsh benefits system would help combat the issue going forward.

Global law scholars elected to Learned Society of Wales

30 June 2021

Two experts in diverse areas of international law have been elected as Fellows of the prestigious Learned Society of Wales.

Summer of Archaeology

24 June 2021

Archaeology placements to take undergraduates across the UK in pivotal part of their degree

Listening to children and young people key to relationships and sexuality education, says expert

24 June 2021

All-Wales conference will prepare practitioners for new curriculum

Cardiff academic shortlisted for historical literary prize

22 June 2021

A book written by a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law and Politics has been shortlisted for this year’s Royal Historical Society's Whitfield Prize in British and Irish History.