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Environment - Politics - 17.04.2024
The energy transition will require popular supports
The energy transition will require popular supports
To achieve a decarbonized world, clean energy sources will have to be widely adopted - yet there's a range of obstacles in the way. A number of researchers are studying these obstacles and mapping out strategies for getting past them. Here's a look at some of their findings. The first one is financial.

Politics - 17.04.2024
Democracy Sausage: Calming tensions with Bob Carr
Democracy Sausage: Calming tensions with Bob Carr

Career - Politics - 16.04.2024
Between digitalization and a shortage of skilled workers
Between digitalization and a shortage of skilled workers
Roughly nine out of ten Thuringians are convinced that democracy is the best form of government. However, the citizens of the Free State are less and less satisfied with their experience of democracy.

Politics - 16.04.2024
Julie Bishop on gender in international affairs: 'The women have the answers'
Julie Bishop on gender in international affairs: ’The women have the answers’

Health - Politics - 15.04.2024
Experts estimate scenarios for excess deaths in Gaza
Experts estimate scenarios for excess deaths in Gaza
International team including Johns Hopkins experts makes excess deaths projections in Gaza Johns Hopkins civil and systems engineering professor Tak Igusa explains how the research team modeled projections of future casualties from trauma, infectious diseases, and other factors in Gaza If fighting continues at a similar pace through August, the conflict in Gaza could cause between 58,260 and 66,720 excess deaths from military action, disease, ma

Politics - 15.04.2024
Survey finds rare bipartisan agreement on housing issues among US voters
EXPERT ADVISORY A new poll conducted for the Financial Times and University of Michigan's Ross School of Business finds neither the Democrats nor the Republicans have a clear advantage on housing affordability.

Politics - 12.04.2024
The White House Embattled

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

Politics - Social Sciences - 10.04.2024
Study on "anti-gender" policy in Switzerland and Europe
A Europe-wide research project shows where and how "anti-gender" policies manifest themselves in different countries. It also exists in Switzerland, as a partial study by the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, the University of Lausanne and the University of Fribourg shows. 'Anti-gender' policy refers to efforts aimed at restricting sexual and gender diversity and gender equality.

Health - Politics - 10.04.2024
Former NZ PM Helen Clark: 'Raise issues, never give up.'
Former NZ PM Helen Clark: ’Raise issues, never give up.’

Politics - Media - 10.04.2024
Democracy Sausage: The face of the nation
Democracy Sausage: The face of the nation

Politics - Social Sciences - 09.04.2024
Business as usual isn’t enough when it comes to Australia’s national security

Politics - Social Sciences - 09.04.2024
Mexico’s landmark election: A historic shift ahead

Politics - 06.04.2024
ANU Chancellor Julie Bishop appointed UN special envoy    

Social Sciences - Politics - 04.04.2024
Indigenous contributions are essential for intercultural state-building
Indigenous contributions are essential for intercultural state-building
Bolivia is at the forefront in terms of its constitutional framework, the presence of indigenous professionals in public administration and the successful projection of a pro-Mother Earth rhetoric in international fora-, thus Cletus Gregor Barié, cultural anthropologist.

Politics - Social Sciences - 03.04.2024
UC3M coordinates an EU-funded network to promote research on radical polarisation

Politics - 03.04.2024
Democracy Sausage: Population panic
Democracy Sausage: Population panic

Politics - Campus - 03.04.2024
ANU grad and business leader appointed next Governor-General

Politics - 28.03.2024
Sentiment holds steady amid confidence in slowing inflation

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 - 27.03.2024
Democracy Sausage: Advance Australian elections fair with Zali Steggall
Democracy Sausage: Advance Australian elections fair with Zali Steggall

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

Campus - Politics - 26.03.2024
’Structural and significant’: Australia’s long journey to reach gender equality

Politics - 25.03.2024
Research wins international Frank Cass Prize

Politics - 22.03.2024
VUB raises awareness of violence against women

Politics - 20.03.2024
Democracy Sausage: The danger of lost hope
Democracy Sausage: The danger of lost hope

Health - Politics - 19.03.2024
University of Bonn Welcomes New Schlegel Professor
University of Bonn Welcomes New Schlegel Professor

Politics - 19.03.2024
China’s local bureaucrats struggle for power through negative media coverage
U-M study reveals how China's local bureaucrats struggle for power through negative media coverage Study: Do winners spread more words?

Politics - Event - 15.03.2024
Valedictory address Peter Essers: Analysis of previous tax reforms doesn’t bode well for box 3 reform

Politics - 13.03.2024
Democracy Sausage: The United States' election year ahead
Democracy Sausage: The United States’ election year ahead

Politics - 13.03.2024
Opinion: Why Biden is investing in influencers to help with this year’s election

Politics - 12.03.2024
Convicts brought back to life in digital exhibition in Tasmania

Media - Politics - 11.03.2024
India ranks as highest risk for misinformation: U-M experts can comment
EXPERTS ADVISORY False information is one of the major threats people will face with multiple elections scheduled around the globe this year.

Politics - 08.03.2024
China’s 2024 Parliamentary meeting: U-M experts can discuss

Politics - 08.03.2024
Women’s safety champion to deliver 2024 ANU Susan Ryan Oration

Politics - 08.03.2024
Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim outlines vision for peace in the Asia Pacific
Malaysian PM Anwar Ibrahim outlines vision for peace in the Asia Pacific

Politics - 07.03.2024
Taxes aren't just about money - they shape how we think about each other
Taxes aren’t just about money - they shape how we think about each other

Health - Politics - 07.03.2024
Australia commits $3 million to assist in the elimination of dengue fever in Laos

Politics - 07.03.2024
Democracy Sausage: Having it both ways
Democracy Sausage: Having it both ways

Politics - 05.03.2024
Young people passionate about political action, but forging new pathways to change 
Young people passionate about political action, but forging new pathways to change 
Young politically engaged Australians care passionately about key issues, but don't feel represented or listened to by our political leaders, according to a new report from The Australian National University (ANU).

Social Sciences - Politics - 04.03.2024
Immigrant political participation is associated with more positive majority immigration attitudes across European countries and Swiss cantons
New article on immigrant political participation in Europe and Swiss cantons published online Comparative Migration Studies Immigrants are increasingly participating in politics, publicizing their political concerns and contributions.

Environment - Politics - 04.03.2024
Nearly 90% of UK voters think it's important to make homes more affordable to heat
Nearly 90% of UK voters think it’s important to make homes more affordable to heat
A new survey suggests politicians can win over the public with policies that tackle climate change and the cost of living crisis.

Campus - Politics - 04.03.2024
In science we trust: Confidence in America’s scientists still high
Despite waning confidence since the pandemic, Americans still have more faith in the scientific community than in many other civic, cultural and governmental institutions, according to a University of Michigan researcher. An analysis led by Arthur Lupia , U-M professor of political science, shows that 73% of Americans have "a fair amount- or "a great deal- of confidence in scientists to act in the best interest of the public-a figure higher yet for medical scientists (77%), specifically.

Politics - Campus - 01.03.2024
Statement: A call for strengthening democratic values and the rule of law

Politics - 01.03.2024
Consumer sentiment solidifies sharp gains
Consumer sentiment was virtually unchanged in February, slipping just two index points and solidifying the large gains from December and January, according to the University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers.

Politics - 01.03.2024
A careful rethinking of the Iraq War
A careful rethinking of the Iraq War

Social Sciences - Politics - 29.02.2024
Opinion: Palestinian prisoners will be a key condition of any ceasefire deal - here’s why

Law - Politics - 29.02.2024
Can politicians abolish a court of justice? ’Nothing has changed since 1901’

Politics - 29.02.2024
Kezia Dugdale joins leadership of new Centre for Public Policy

Politics - Innovation - 29.02.2024
AI regulation necessary to address potential risks, key senators say
AI regulation necessary to address potential risks, key senators say
Sens. Mark Warner and Todd Young advocate for artificial intelligence policies during Hopkins Bloomberg Center discussion while Hopkins experts caution against stifling innovation Rapid developments in artificial intelligence hold the potential to change how we live, work, learn, and play.
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