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Wales has the lowest proportion of jobs in the UK that could be done from home, study finds

5 August 2020

Pandemic exacerbating economic inequalities, researchers say

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Cardiff University academic joins Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)

27 July 2020

Helping to maintain the UK’s world-leading position in research and innovation

School of Law and Politics academic shortlisted for legal scholarship prize

27 July 2020

A book written by a School of Law and Politics lecturer has been shortlisted for this year’s Peter Birks Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship.

Professor of International Relations celebrated in International Journal

23 July 2020

The July edition of a prestigious International Relations journal has dedicated a special section to the ground-breaking work of a School of Law and Politics Professor.

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Economic impact of Covid-19 compounding existing inequalities in Wales, report finds

25 June 2020

Certain groups of workers being disproportionately affected by pandemic

Learned Society for Wales names law academics as Fellows

26 May 2020

Two Cardiff law professors have been elected as Fellows of the prestigious Learned Society for Wales.

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Experts issue recommendations for a green Covid-19 economic recovery

21 May 2020

Investment in renewable energy tops list of recommended policies

First year student reaches final of Legal Mind competition

29 April 2020

A School of Law and Politics student has beaten competition from across the country to be named as a finalist in a law competition.

International Relations lecturer leads presentation at UN Office on Drugs and Crime

14 April 2020

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime recently invited a School of Law and Politics lecturer to present his research at an event in Vienna.

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Funding for Wales falls short of what may be required to deal with coronavirus response, academics conclude

9 April 2020

Temporary reform of Welsh Government borrowing powers needed, says report