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New article examines good food work

6 April 2023

A new article presents a new vision of “good” food work conditions, developed through the international Good Work for Good Food Forum.

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Nearly a quarter of young people in Wales are reporting very high levels of mental health symptoms following the pandemic

6 April 2023

More than 123,000 learners were asked their views in national health and wellbeing survey

McAllister elected to UEFA Executive Committee

6 April 2023

Cardiff University Professor becomes first Welsh elected representative on European football’s governing body

Children’s University visits Cardiff Business School

Children’s University visit Cardiff Business School

28 March 2023

A scheme designed to encourage and develop a love of learning in children continues in its success.

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DSV accelerates future leaders

27 March 2023

Company strengthens ties with Cardiff Business School

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Writings of Aneurin Bevan offer lessons for contemporary politics

27 March 2023

Articles written for magazine Tribune delve deeper into politician’s views

Improving the logistics of pharmaceutical goods

24 March 2023

Academics are working to improve the logistics of pharmaceutical goods, such as vaccines.

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Professor Arlene Sierra’s Toulmin orchestral commission to be performed by five American orchestras

22 March 2023

Arlene Sierra’s Toulmin orchestral commission is part of a 30-orchestra consortium performing works by women composers commissioned by the League of American Orchestras.

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Head of School returns to Malaysia

16 March 2023

This March, Professor Warren Barr, Head of the School of Law and Politics, made a return visit to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to meet with the Law departments of our existing Malaysian partners and to also explore possibilities with new potential partners.

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Slavery and its links to the history of Wales focus of research project and personal journey for academic

15 March 2023

Penrhyn castle and estate in North Wales built its wealth from Jamaican plantations