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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

Children who started secondary school in 2021 were more likely to report elevated symptoms of depression, analysis shows

2 August 2022

Findings based on responses to two large national surveys of young people in Wales

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Cardiff University students past and present competing at Commonwealth Games

28 July 2022

Many developed their passion and skills for their sports while in Cardiff

Impact of research and teaching showcased at National Eisteddfod

28 July 2022

Events will examine topics including children’s rights, politics, science and history

Plight of seafarers’ living conditions highlighted

7 July 2022

COVID-19 has heightened the need for better living conditions, academic says

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.

Cardiff University pays tribute to Bobi Jones as it returns to Urdd National Eisteddfod

27 May 2022

Thousands expected to attend youth festival, where the University has a busy programme of events and will sponsor the Learner’s Medal

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New study finds many Black communities living in a “pandemic within a pandemic”

24 May 2022

Research Fellow at School of Social Sciences finds link between the COVID-19 pandemic and the BLM movement.

School celebrates excellent results in REF 2021

12 May 2022

Sociology and Education achieve excellent research impact, quality and environment results.

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Professor of Sociology elected to prestigious Welsh Fellowship

11 May 2022

Professor Sin Yi Cheung elected as a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales.