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Administration - Politics - 17.07.2024
OSR publishes findings and requirements for ONS to enhance their Admin-Based Population Estimates (ABPEs)
Today , the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) has published initial findings on the new methods that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) are developing to produce population estimates for Engand and Wales, using administrative data sources.

Politics - 16.07.2024
Dr Fiona Hill to co-lead major UK Strategic Defence Review

Politics - 12.07.2024
Georgia's ruling party steps up its assault on the country's LGBTQ+ people
Georgia’s ruling party steps up its assault on the country’s LGBTQ+ people

Politics - Social Sciences - 11.07.2024
Online exhibition highlights stories of Kurdistani Jews

Politics - Environment - 08.07.2024
Analysis: 10 days of blockbuster decisions with huge implications for the future
Analysis: 10 days of blockbuster decisions with huge implications for the future

Campus - Politics - 08.07.2024
Durham University alumni and supporters take up seats in UK Houses of Parliament

Politics - Social Sciences - 05.07.2024
How Durham researchers have informed UK General Election debate

Environment - Politics - 02.07.2024
Analysis: New maps show how the climate is changing in each UK constituency
A new set of maps showing how the climate has shifted in each UK constituency will help people ask pertinent questions on the doorstep in future elections, write Professor Chris Brierley (UCL Geography) and Hannah Woodward of Birkbeck, University of London in The Conversation.

Politics - 28.06.2024
Votes for kids: why we should be giving children a say in elections

Politics - Law - 21.06.2024
General Election 2024: Cheating and the misuse of inside information in gambling - what the law says

Economics - Politics - 19.06.2024
Mauritius’ next growth phase: new plan needed as tax haven era fades

Politics - Pedagogy - 13.06.2024
Disagreeing Well in Public Life: How can conflicting opinions coexist peacefully in politics?
Disagreeing Well in Public Life: How can conflicting opinions coexist peacefully in politics?

Politics - 12.06.2024
RFK Jr could act as a disrupter in the presidential election - taking votes from both sides
RFK Jr could act as a disrupter in the presidential election - taking votes from both sides

Architecture - Politics - 12.06.2024
Analysis: Conservative manifesto puts home ownership up top - but ignores housing affordability
Analysis: Conservative manifesto puts home ownership up top - but ignores housing affordability

Politics - 10.06.2024
General Election 2024: 1% likelihood of a Conservative majority says gambling markets

Politics - 04.06.2024
Election 2024: current positions and post-election aims for each party

Politics - 03.06.2024
Team led by Professor Rachel Gibson awarded a Smart Data Research UK grant

Politics - 31.05.2024
The UK General Election 2024 - Here's what you need to know
The UK General Election 2024 - Here’s what you need to know
A general election will be held on Thursday 4 July and, given the large number of students in the UK, you can make your voice heard.

Politics - Environment - 31.05.2024
General election 2024 academic experts
General election 2024 academic experts

Politics - Social Sciences - 30.05.2024
Former Prime Minister of Australia Kevin Rudd receives honorary degree

Politics - Campus - 30.05.2024
General election 2024: Information for staff
General election 2024: Information for staff

Politics - 29.05.2024
Netanyahu and Israel are becoming isolated internationally - they need to listen to friends

Politics - Social Sciences - 22.05.2024
Jamie J. Hagen new Lecturer in Global Politics

Politics - 21.05.2024
Luke Bhatia has received a SU award for Commitment to Decolonising the Curriculum

Politics - Linguistics / Literature - 21.05.2024
Academics share their research at Hay Festival
Academics share their research at Hay Festival

Economics - Politics - 16.05.2024
Daron Acemoglu launches Adam Smith Distinguished Speaker Series

Media - Politics - 10.05.2024
Disagreeing Well in an Online World

Politics - Economics - 10.05.2024
Tian Liu appointed as Lecturer in Global Political Economy

Politics - 09.05.2024
’City deals’ are coming to NZ - let’s make sure they’re not ’city back-room deals’

Politics - 08.05.2024
Hannah Wright appointed as Lecturer in Global Politics

Politics - 08.05.2024
John Smith Centre announces new leadership

Politics - Campus - 02.05.2024
Analysis: US election: why it’s not the protesters’ votes that the Democrats should worry about

Politics - Campus - 02.05.2024
Spotlight on... Jeff Howard
Spotlight on... Jeff Howard

Politics - 01.05.2024
One in Five 10-year-olds experience physical punishment
More than one in five 10-year-olds experienced physical punishment in 2020 and 2021 in the UK, reports a new research briefing by UCL researchers. Physical punishment, such as smacking and hitting, is the most common form of violence against children. Scotland and Wales recently prohibited physical punishment in all settings, while physical punishment in the home remains legal in England and Northern Ireland.

Health - Politics - 01.05.2024
Calls for MPs to prioritise health equity and wellbeing

Politics - 29.04.2024
People put greater trust in news that leads them to be more politically extreme
People put greater trust in news that leads them to be more politically extreme
People not only think political news is likelier to be true if it reinforces their ideological biases, but will tend to trust news more if it leads them to adopt more extreme (and even incorrect) beliefs, finds a new study by a UCL researcher. The study, published in American Economic Journal: Microeconomics , found that when people were presented with new information on politically sensitive topics, individuals on both sides of the political spectrum struggled to detect whether the information was true or not, and were biased towards trusting news that aligned with their political beliefs.

Environment - Politics - 23.04.2024
Workshop on Green energy transitions and global disruption: The (un)just transition to Net Zero
Workshop on Green energy transitions and global disruption: The (un)just transition to Net Zero
We invite expressions to participate in a workshop on 'Green energy transitions and global disruption', to be held at the University of Manchester on 11-13 September, 2024.

Politics - 17.04.2024
Opinion: Mounting tension and instability in the Western Balkans is playing into Russia’s hands

Politics - Career - 10.04.2024
New report seeks to refresh UK’s approach to international affairs

Politics - 05.04.2024
Dr Michael Magcamit awarded Leverhulme International Fellowship
Dr Michael Magcamit awarded Leverhulme International Fellowship

Politics - Economics - 04.04.2024
Lama Tawakkol awarded a BISA Early-Career Research Grant
Lama Tawakkol awarded a BISA Early-Career Research Grant

Politics - 03.04.2024
China's public wants to make a living, not war, writes Tao Wang for Foreign Policy
China’s public wants to make a living, not war, writes Tao Wang for Foreign Policy

Politics - 03.04.2024
Toni Haastrup elected Chair of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies
Toni Haastrup elected Chair of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies

Politics - Religions - 28.03.2024
Opinion: Erdogan's party seeks advantage as Turkey's local elections coincide with Ramadan
Opinion: Erdogan’s party seeks advantage as Turkey’s local elections coincide with Ramadan
The fact that Turkey's local elections are taking place during the month of Ramadan should help Islamist political parties such as Erdogan's AKP gain control, writes Dr Ozan Aksoy (Ioe, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society) in The Conversation.

Politics - Economics - 26.03.2024
Analysis: US election: turning off TikTok is a big risk for the Democrats
Analysis: US election: turning off TikTok is a big risk for the Democrats

Politics - 20.03.2024
Peter Gries comments on Hong Kong's new security law
Peter Gries comments on Hong Kong’s new security law

Politics - 19.03.2024
Former Auditor General for Scotland appointed Honorary Professor at the Centre for Public Policy

Politics - 19.03.2024
Tensions between ministers and civil servants explored in new book

Politics - 14.03.2024
Workshop on Ian Bruff’s article ’The Rise of Authoritarian Neoliberalism’ - 10 years on

Politics - 13.03.2024
Rob Ford analyses the Rochdale by-election
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