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Every life counts: Bearing witness to the Holocaust in South Wales

11 November 2021

Cardiff Synagogue memorial tablet research sheds light on 100 Jewish victims linked to Welsh capital

The Pawb a’i farn panellists. Emily, who also worked behind the scenes on the programme, is pictured here on the far left.

BAFTA Cymru win for third year IR student

10 November 2021

A third year School of Law and Politics student has scooped a BAFTA Cymru award for a programme that made history on Welsh speaking television.

Law student secures place on scholarship programme set up in memory of Stephen Lawrence

9 November 2021

Scheme aims to encourage diversity in City institutions

Cardiff historian lends expertise to Cyfartha Castle ambitions

8 November 2021

Welsh History expert joins board of major project in Merthyr

Architectural historian Dr Mark Baker

I’m a Celebrity makes a lasting star of Welsh castle

8 November 2021

North Wales castle has risen like a phoenix through decades of campaigning by Cardiff alumnus in a positive pandemic twist

Children’s relationships with teachers remained strong despite emotional toll of pandemic, report finds

4 November 2021

Primary school children report increase in emotional difficulties during lockdown

Logistics truck made out of grass

iLEGO 2021

3 November 2021

Fifth annual iLEGO workshop

Kirsty Williams appointed Distinguished Visiting Fellow

3 November 2021

Former Education Minister lends expertise

Rachel Korir sits in front of her home in Kapcheboi, Kenya, 6 May 2019. Copyright Thomson Reuters Foundation/Dominic Korir.

Cardiff scholar recognised in shortlist for African book prize

3 November 2021

A book written by a Professor of Land Law at the School of Law and Politics has been shortlisted for this year’s US African Studies Association (ASA) book prize.

Dr David Beard smiling

Dr David Beard awarded Leverhulme Research Fellowship

1 November 2021

In support of his work on a monograph - The Music of Judith Weir