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Understanding secure data analysis

6 December 2019

Workshop exploring privacy and how we use data is taking place at Cardiff University this December

Attendees at 2018's ASAUK conference at the University of Birmingham.

Major African Studies Conference to be hosted in Wales

14 November 2019

Cardiff University will be hosting an international African Studies conference in 2020, the first time that this conference is being held in Wales.

Canon Law professors attend private audience with Pope

30 October 2019

This September, two members of the School of Law and Politics’ Centre for Law and Religion attended a private audience with Pope Francis in Rome.

EU and UK flags

Future of England Survey reveals public attitudes towards Brexit and the union

24 October 2019

Academics call for responsible debate as findings show the breakup of the UK is a widely expected consequence of Brexit

Reignite a passion for politics

4 September 2019

Are you thinking about returning to education after some time away? If you’re over 18 and have a keen interest in Welsh, UK and International politics our pathway to a degree in politics and international relations might be just what you’re looking for.

Professor Norman Doe and Professor Mark Hill (centre) pictured with Christopher Jones (Solicitor, Harris and Harris, and a Cardiff law graduate), and Very Revd Dr John Davies, Dean of Wells Cathedral

Wells Cathedral welcomes Law and Religion professors for Bekynton lecture

27 August 2019

This July, Mark Hill, QC, Honorary Professor at Cardiff and a leading member of the Centre for Law and Religion at the School of Law and Politics, delivered the second in the series of Bekynton Lectures on Law and Religion at Wells Cathedral.

Prisoner's hands clasped around prison bars

Self-harm incidents in Welsh prisons reach new high

7 August 2019

Academic calls for all Wales-only data to be freely available

Coins and notes

New report analyses £13.7 billion deficit in Wales’ public finances

29 July 2019

Austerity cuts have reduced spending and deficit significantly, experts say

Law Professor meets Presiding Bishop of Norway

23 July 2019

This June, Professor Norman Doe had a private meeting with The Most Revd Helga Haugland Byfuglien, Presiding Bishop of the Bishops' Conference of the Church of Norway.

Money and graph

Shortfall in public finances in Wales due to lower revenues, report finds

2 July 2019

Fiscal gap demonstrates regional imbalance in the UK, academics say