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Student architects showcase their sustainable living designs in end-of-year exhibition

A flagship centre for low-carbon sea travel at Liverpool Docks, a new cultural hub to revitalise Blackpool seafront; and energy-saving social housing borne from...

A comic strip to fight misogyny hate crime

A new cartoon-style educational tool to help tackle the harassment of women and girls has been unveiled by experts from Nottingham’s two universities as...

Neighbourhood Watch Newsletter

Neighbourhood Watch newsletters focus on providing a summary of what has happened during the month within the neighbourhood. In their newest newsletter they reflect...

How to get more women seafarers on board

Around 80% of international trade is seaborne, making seafaring key to worldwide security, development and economic prosperity. It’s been 10 years since the International...

Healthy Rivers Lead to Healthy Communities

Michele Sullivan, president of the Caterpillar Foundation, makes the case that the rehabilitation of riverbanks and wetlands creates a profound and positive impact on...

Srebrenica, 25 years later: Lessons from the massacre that ended the Bosnian conflict and unmasked a genocide

Europe’s worst massacre since World War II occurred 25 years ago this July. From July 11 to 19, in 1995, Bosnian Serb forces murdered...

Why Female-Friendly Toilets Need to Become a Hot News Topic

November 19 is World Toilet Day – and a chance to highlight the role of toilets in gender inequality. Global health expert Marni Sommer...

Companies are increasingly turning to social media to screen potential employees

As businesses around the world slowly start to reopen after being forced to shut down operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the graduates of...

They survived Ebola. Now they want to teach others to survive COVID-19

Yusuf Kabba remembers clearly the first time he heard about the coronavirus. It was 5am and he was listening to the BBC World Service...

‘Renewable’ natural gas may sound green, but it’s not an antidote for climate change

Natural gas is a versatile fossil fuel that accounts for about a third of U.S. energy use. Although it produces fewer greenhouse gas emissions...

In this era of protest over racism, will colleges embrace Black student activists?

Do you expect wider acceptance of Black activism on college campuses? Will some number of colleges and universities that did not embrace Black student activists...

Why I’m running for the Zanzibar presidency, again

On 25 October 2020, Zanzibaris will have an opportunity to elect the President of Zanzibar, Members of the Zanzibar House of Representatives and local...
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Furlough rules to change from Saturday

The official end date of the Furlough Scheme is on October 31, but numerous changes are expected to be introduced until then....