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Scale of substance misuse among adolescents in residential care revealed

30 January 2020

Study sheds light on difficulties faced by the most vulnerable young people in society

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New research shows the potential for improving social work decision-making

21 January 2020

Cognitive debiasing improves forecasting by social workers

Dr Marco Pomati and Dr Shailen Nandy with researchers in Uganda

Building capacity to monitor Ugandan social assistance schemes

8 January 2020

Working with staff in Uganda on statistics and data analysis

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Online hate speech report launched

26 November 2019

Cardiff University academics call for tougher internet regulation to ensure safety of users

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Dating and relationship violence a significant issue among young people in Wales, study finds

26 November 2019

Early intervention needed to support positive relationships and prevent exposure to violence

Emma Renold in Iceland

Iceland learns about work in Wales to overhaul relationships and sexuality education

25 November 2019

Academic’s research making an impact internationally

All winners of the 2019 Celebrating Excellence Awards

Outstanding work recognised at Celebrating Excellence Awards

22 November 2019

Several awards presented to staff at the School of Social Sciences

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Loneliness of seafarers highlighted in report

6 November 2019

Researchers call for better provision to prevent mental health issues for those working at sea

Festival of Social Science 2019

Cardiff University hosts Festival of Social Science

30 October 2019

Diverse research areas celebrated during week of events

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Millions more children in West and Central Africa suffering from malnutrition, according to study

17 October 2019

Experts say more robust measures are needed to understand the true scale of poverty and malnutrition