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Gender pay gap narrows in organisations with largest disparities

22 June 2022

Employers which reported largest gender pay gaps in 2018 have made the most progress

The mock trial finalists with The Recorder of Cardiff, HHJ Tracey Lloyd-Clarke, acting as Judge. Photo by Jonathan Marsh.

Mock trial returns following Covid hiatus

21 June 2022

This March, Cardiff Professional Legal Studies (CPLS) held a mock trial for students in a real crown court; an opportunity to hone essential advocacy skills and competencies.

Cardiff Creative Writers recognised in prestigious Welsh prize

20 June 2022

Creative Writing’s Meredith Miller shortlisted in 10th Rhys Davies Short Story Prize

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Developing leadership in construction

16 June 2022

Working with the construction industry to develop new knowledge

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Equity finance as a driver for economic development in Wales

14 June 2022

Breakfast Briefing from the Development Bank of Wales

Dan Starkey and Jess Nyabwire with Professor Julie Price

Negotiate this – Cardiff duo take on national competition final

10 June 2022

Two Cardiff Law students put their skills to the test at this year’s final of the National Negotiation Competition, sponsored by the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR).

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Professor Karin Wahl-Jorgensen elected Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales

10 June 2022

Sixty-six new researchers and public figures join from across academic and civic life in Wales.

Welsh national identity central to outcome of 2021 Senedd elections, research concludes

9 June 2022

Data analysed from the Welsh Election Study

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Cardiff University academic leads on plan to make Wales an anti-racist nation

9 June 2022

Welsh Government taking action to tackle systemic and institutionalised racism

Muslim mother and her son embrace and enjoy time in the city together.

Study highlights harm mothers and their children experience in the UK asylum system

6 June 2022

A PhD research student at Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences has found that relationships between mothers and children are strained by the UK’s asylum system, with little support available for mothers.