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Health - Politics - 27.07.2020
Battling misinformation when health is at stake
As a researcher and mother of a child with autism, PhD student Kristin Lunz Trujillo was appalled by the harmful misinformation being spread about vaccines causing autism.

Politics - 23.07.2020
From Arabian Gulf to Horn of Africa: the politics of port infrastructures
Experts are launching a $500,000 research project that will examine how the increase in Gulf investments in port infrastructures in the Horn of Africa has shaped its political landscape.

Politics - Economics / Business - 10.07.2020
How plutocrats, populists are driving a precarious moment in U.S. history
The presidency of Donald Trump is the culmination of a 40-year effort by the Republican Party to advance the interests of the super-rich in the United States, co-authors Paul Pierson and Jacob S&perio

Computer Science - Politics - 09.07.2020

Politics - Environment - 03.07.2020
Influx from the SP helps the Greens to win elections
Due to widespread concerns about the climate, the environmental parties made significant gains in the 2019 federal elections, especially among young voters.

Politics - 02.07.2020
Analysis: Vladimir Putin secures constitutional changes allowing him to rule until 2036
With allegations of ballot stuffing and vote fraud, Dr Ben Noble (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies) explains what the nationwide vote means, now that Russian president Vladimir Putin can legally run for re-election in 2024 and potentially remain in power until 2036.

History / Archeology - Politics - 01.07.2020
How the meaning of the Declaration of Independence changed over time
When the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it was a call for the right to statehood rather than individual liberties, says Stanford historian Jack Rakove.

Health - Politics - 27.06.2020
Neil Ferguson on scientific advice, lockdown and countering new outbreaks
The UK may need "targeted" interventions to suppress coronavirus flare-ups as lockdown eases, says the head of Imperial's COVID-19 Response Team.

Social Sciences - Politics - 26.06.2020
10 ways an arts degree can change the world
Passion, new perspectives, and an understanding of the past and the future are some of the best ways to make a difference to our world, writes Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Duncan Ivison.

Politics - Social Sciences - 25.06.2020

Politics - 25.06.2020
5 Tips on How To Handle Tension and Conflict at Work
It is essential that we deal with conflict constructively. In the context of restarting on-campus work, we would like to offer you some tips.

Health - Politics - 25.06.2020

Politics - 15.06.2020
Blame for Parliament over Brexit left scars on British politics
The arguments over parliament's role in Brexit left "scars on our politics", at a time when public trust in our core democratic institutions is more crucial than ever in responding to the Covid-19 crisis, says a UCL and UK in a Changing Europe analysis.

Politics - 07.06.2020
Does voting by mail increase the risk of voter fraud?
We are living in the midst of a global pandemic.

Health - Politics - 28.05.2020

Politics - Health - 27.05.2020

Politics - 25.05.2020
COVID-19 pandemic uniting Canadians like no other event in decades
A new study by researchers from McGill University and the University of Toronto finds a cross-partisan consensus on battling COVID-19 in Canada.

Health - Politics - 22.05.2020
Opinion: How politicians talk about coronavirus in Germany, where war metaphors are avoided
Writing for The Conversation, Dr Dagmar Paulus (UCL SELCS) explains how German politicians are avoiding using war metaphors when discussing the Covid-19 virus.

Campus - Politics - 22.05.2020
How to master a crisis
New Master's programme "International Organisations and Crisis Management" at the University of Jena The euro crisis, the refugee crisis, the Crimea and Ukraine crises, and now the Covid-19 pandemic - crises and critical events have always been part of human existence.

Health - Politics - 19.05.2020
Why female leaders are proving to be so effective in responding to the pandemic
1. norms make it easier for female leaders to deal with COVID-19 appropriately. Male leaders face tough trade-offs governing during a time of pandemic.

History / Archeology - Politics - 18.05.2020

Social Sciences - Politics - 11.05.2020
PBS series on Asian Americans features work of UCLA filmmakers and scholars
In 1982, a young Chinese American man named Vincent Chin was beaten to death as he was out celebrating his bachelor party in Highland Park, Michigan, near Detroit.

Social Sciences - Politics - 03.05.2020

Health - Politics - 30.04.2020
Election 2020: The pandemic changes everything
Voters masked against coronavirus line up for Wisconsin's primary election on April 7. Casting and counting votes - normally a routine administrative process - now threatens to become a political and legal fight that shapes the campaign.

Health - Politics - 29.04.2020
COVID 2025: How the pandemic is changing our world
Coronavirus is changing life as we know it on a daily basis. But what will our world look like in the next five years' How will the pandemic permanently reshape our lives?

Politics - 29.04.2020
Working together as equals
Working together as equals
A large X made of metal in the middle of the Teutoburg Forest represents the symbolic end of a project which lasted close on nine years.

Politics - Economics / Business - 22.04.2020

Art and Design - Politics - 21.04.2020
Literature and the arts in times of crisis
Live webcast: Wednesday, April 29 12-1 p.m. (Pacific) Add to calendar This event will be broadcast live on this page.

Politics - Psychology - 14.04.2020
The power of Why
In this time of health emergency, it is inevitable to live in close contact with our loved ones. In a short video Sara Greco, senior assistant professor at USI Faculty of Communication, Culture and Society, talks about two tools that might help overcome disagreement in our daily life.

Social Sciences - Politics - 11.04.2020
Playing a new tune
Playing a new tune
Meet Professor David Rand, a one-time punk rock guitarist who now digs into psychology, cooperation, and politics.
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