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Politics - Research Management - 17.01.2023

Politics - 04.01.2023
Analysis: Putin's plan to stop Ukraine turning to the west has failed
Analysis: Putin’s plan to stop Ukraine turning to the west has failed
Professor Kristin Bakke (UCL Political Science) and her colleagues report in The Conversation the results of their survey, finding that support of NATO and the west was at an all-time high amongst Ukrainians since the start of the conflict.

Politics - Social Sciences - 09.12.2022
Education magnifies social and gender gaps in political engagement
Education magnifies social and gender gaps in political engagement
Young people need better access to civic activities in schools to address social and gender gaps in political engagement that emerge during adolescence, according to a new report by UCL, University of Roehampton and University of Southampton researchers.

Law - Politics - 09.11.2022
Analysis: US midterms: 42 new voting laws since 2021 risk undermining confidence in U.S. democracy
Analysis: US midterms: 42 new voting laws since 2021 risk undermining confidence in U.S. democracy
Matthew Schlachter (UCL Institute of the Americas) explores in The Conversation what new restrictive voting laws could mean for Americans' confidence in democracy.

Sport - Politics - 21.10.2022
Analysis: Why Ireland’s women footballers are under fire for singing after their historic win
After qualifying for the world cup, the Irish Women's football team sparked controversy for singing a supposedly pro-IRA song.

Law - Politics - 19.10.2022
Devolution a ’necessary step’ towards a better Welsh criminal justice system, academics argue
The pathologies of the Welsh criminal justice system can only be properly addressed by devolving powers to Wales, academics from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre conclude.

Politics - 14.10.2022
Majority of public support House of Lords appointments reform
The current House of Lords appointments system lacks public support, with demand for better regulated appointments and an upper limit on the size of the chamber, according to new research by UCL's Constitution Unit.

Politics - 12.10.2022
'We still love EU' - Brits in Europe and UK Europeans strongly attached to EU
’We still love EU’ - Brits in Europe and UK Europeans strongly attached to EU
Feelings of attachment to the European Union are still running high - despite the UK referendum taking place over six years ago.

Environment - Politics - 07.10.2022
Transition to clean energy shaped by political institutions
A country's ability to transition to green energy is dependent on the structure of its political institutions, according to new research involving UCL. Published in the journal Science , the study explores why advanced industrialised countries took divergent paths in their responses to both the current energy price shock and to the oil crisis of the 1970s.

Politics - History / Archeology - 26.09.2022

History / Archeology - Politics - 22.09.2022
Prof Frank Mort reflects on the death of our ’Queen of union’
What next for the Crown following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth? Professor of Cultural History Frank Mort shares his thoughts on a queen of social change, dignity and union at this historic junction for the UK.

Politics - 17.08.2022

Politics - 14.07.2022
New book from Dr Ana Catalano Weeks focuses on policy impact of gender quota laws in politics
New book from Dr Ana Catalano Weeks focuses on policy impact of gender quota laws in politics
Dr Weeks- book -Making Gender Salient- was launched at an Institute for Policy Research event that took place on 14 July 2022.

Politics - 05.07.2022
British people feel very differently about some refugees than others
British people feel very differently about some refugees than others
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Paolo Morini (UCL Political Science) and Professor David Hudson of the University of Birmingham delve into survey results finding significant differences in public opinion about refugees coming from Afghanistan versus Ukraine.

Event - Politics - 10.06.2022

Politics - 09.06.2022
Welsh national identity central to outcome of 2021 Senedd elections, research concludes
Voters' views on national identity limited the gains that Labour's opponents could expect to achieve at last year's Senedd elections, new research from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre says.

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 31.05.2022
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