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Welsh law summer scheme gives pupils a taste of legal life

7 October 2022

A group of Welsh school pupils were given a taste of the legal profession this July in a summer scheme held at the School of Law and Politics.

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Celebrating Athena SWAN success

6 October 2022

The School of Geography and Planning has received an Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of its commitment to tackling gender inequality.

Students past and present join in the Felabration

6 October 2022

Current and past students of the School of Music will join Dele Sosimi and members of his Afrobeat Orchestra.

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(In)visible Experiences in “University Life” Vlogger Culture

6 October 2022

As part of a Cardiff University Research Internship third-year student Jeevan Kaur considered how and why universities and their students engage with YouTube vlogger culture.

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Areas of the UK where more people voted remain saw smaller increases in hate crime following historic Brexit vote

5 October 2022

Researchers compared the effect of the vote on hate crime with other ‘trigger’ events

Image of Jack Kinder being presented with a book outside the Glamorgan Building

Top marks rewarded with prize-winning book

3 October 2022

Jack Kinder has been recognised for his outstanding academic performance.

Right here, right Nawr. Welsh culture publishers reframe Wales and Welshness

28 September 2022

A group of Cardiff University graduates are walking their own path in publishing to move away from prevailing stereotypes on Wales and the Welsh.

New Head of School, Professor Warren Barr

School of Law and Politics appoints new head

28 September 2022

Professor Warren Barr has been appointed as the new Head of the School of Law and Politics.

National Eisteddfod Welsh Learner of the Year inspired by love of languages

27 September 2022

A Modern Languages student received the prize of Welsh Learner of the Year at this year’s National Eisteddfod in Ceredigion after his passion for languages sparked an appetite for Welsh.

Members of the Ecumenical Christian Law Panel: Mark Hill QC, Leo Koffeman, Fr. Aetios, and Professor Norman Doe.

Cardiff law initiative endorsed at the World Council of Churches Assembly

27 September 2022

The World Council of Churches (WCC) brings together churches, denominations and church fellowships in more than 120 countries and territories throughout the world, representing over 580 million Christians.