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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.

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School of Music alumna becomes member of the Recording Academy

26 September 2022

Rachel Walker Mason, School of Music graduate and winner of over 80 prestigious music awards, has been made a member of the Recording Academy (The GRAMMYs).

Transport for Wales partnership delivers unique benefits to MSc students

26 September 2022

Transport for Wales (TfW) and the School of Geography and Planning are working together to provide a one-of-a-kind transport modelling module.

Empty red chairs with white writing saying Good University Guide 2023

No Times like the present

22 September 2022

Increases in teaching quality and student experience boost Times ranking .

Past climate of Cape Town revealed in study

22 September 2022

Research on the Southern Hemisphere’s longest written daily weather record prior to the 19th century

Horse head

Hoofing It – uncovering the mystery of Baltic graves holding horses and humans over a millennia

20 September 2022

Experts are set to unlock the secrets of communities that famously treasured horses over centuries in a new international multi-discipline project

UK Foreign Office role for Cardiff international human rights law scholar

12 September 2022

A senior law lecturer is part of a group of academics drafted into UK government departments to assist in addressing contemporary challenges facing the UK.

Pupils from Aberconwy School to study Chinese at university

Chinese opens university doors for young learners

12 September 2022

Pupils from one of Cardiff’s Confucius Classrooms go on to study Chinese at three UK universities.

The Routes into Languages Cymru toolkit includes international language superheroes as mascots.

Primary schools poised for new language toolkits

5 September 2022

A free language toolkit to support primary schools navigate the introduction of the New Curriculum for Wales has been launched by Routes into Languages Cymru.

World’s first green football club is moving the goal posts of what is expected from sporting institutions

25 August 2022

Forest Green Rovers has put sustainability at its core