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19 March 2014
Research results emerging from the Skills and Employment Survey continue to inform the skills debate.
12 March 2014
Professor Martin Innes has been appointed to the College of Policing's professional committee to provide support on a range of national policing issues.
10 March 2014
Cardiff research sparks nationwide action for compulsory sex and relationships education.
4 March 2014
Research uncovers full extent of gender segregated working.
Women Adding Value to the Economy (WAVE) project release major new report revealing the full extent of gender segregated working in Wales.
28 February 2014
18 subjects feature in international league table.
6 February 2014
Dozens of women and girls in Wales are at risk of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), according to experts at the School of Social Sciences.
21 January 2014
An innovative advisory group made up of young people has helped raise their aspirations while improving the quality of public health research.
13 January 2014
The Universities’ Police Science Institute (UPSI) has been awarded £46,000 from the College of Policing to strengthen links between academics and the police.
18 December 2013
The underlying gender pay gap in Wales is significantly wider than the latest headline UK earning figures would indicate according to recent research.
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