Researchers from Keele University are leading a new study to assess the impacts of Covid-19 on human rights issues, to identify best practice for protecting workers and victims of modern slavery.

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A new study led by Keele University will contribute to diversifying the teaching of history education in India.

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A major new research project led by Keele University aims to improve the humanitarian protection of vulnerable displaced people in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia - known as the central Maghreb region.

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A new study led by Keele University will explore the use of environmental storytelling as a tool to reduce urban air pollution in India.

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A new study led by Keele University will investigate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on services that provide support for adults who have care and support needs.

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Dr Xuebing Cao from Keele Business School writes for The Conversation

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Keele academics from the fields of psychology and sociology have received funding to study new ways of helping victims affected by an ongoing conflict in South America.

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Keele University research on the transformation of collieries in Stoke-on-Trent is being showcased at a new outdoor exhibition in the city.

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Keele University’s Arts and Humanities subjects, including Film, History, Philosophy, Literature, and Music, have climbed into the global Top 500 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021.

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Keele researchers are calling for more support for survivors of domestic abuse during Covid-19 lockdowns.

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Professor Ghulam Sorwar from Keele Business School writes for The Conversation.

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A new study led by Keele University will highlight the role of music in LGBTI resistance and resilience in the face of violence and discrimination in Latin America.

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Dr Neil Archer, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, has recently published Cinema and Brexit, the first book to look at the role of film in relation to Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

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Ethical and social implications of powerful DNA-altering technology are too important to be left to scientists and politicians, researchers say in a new paper published this month, and instead should be led by a global taskforce made up with members of the general public in multiple countries.

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A new Keele study will bring together media and computer science experts to investigate new strategies for combating online hate speech, after researchers received a funding boost.

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A philosophy professor from Keele University has received the honorary title of Distinguished Research Fellow of a research centre at Oxford University.

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Keele University is delighted to announce that Professor Elaine Ferneley has been appointed as the new Director of Keele Business School.

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Business Studies students at Keele have ranked their course No.1 in the UK for student satisfaction, in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.

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Media and Film Studies students at Keele have ranked their courses No.1 in the UK for student satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2020.

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Research by Keele Business School’s Professor Qihai Huang has revealed the impact that managers who solely focus on financial performance have on their employees’ behaviour.

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Schools must have clearer strategies for the way they communicate with parents in order to promote good relationships between home and schools, according to new research by a sociologist from Keele University.

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Having graduated from Keele in 2009 with a degree in English and Politics, Presenter AJ Odudu has held a variety of TV roles culminating in her current role as the digital presenter on ITV’s The Voice and The Voice Kids.

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Extinction Rebellion (XR) supporters are more likely to be new to protesting than other environmental activists, a new study shows.

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Dr Mark Eccleston-Turner writes for The Conversation UK.

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Professor Yossi Nehushtan writes for The Conversation UK.

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Keele University is to host its first virtual open day of 2020 on Saturday 20 June, giving prospective students the opportunity to tour the University from the comfort of their own home.

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A specialist in Global Health Law from Keele University has received funding for a new study looking into ways of ensuring a Covid-19 vaccine is made equally accessible to everyone.

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Research by academics from Keele Business School highlighting students’ views on online assessment and feedback-feedforward techniques has been published in a new global research anthology.

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Dr Rebecca Bowler, Lecturer in Twentieth-Century English Literature, has been granted a prestigious Research Associateship by the Modern Humanities Research Association (MHRA) to assist her with editing a renowned literary collection.

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A Keele academic is helping a government advisory group to influence policy on how religion is represented in the media.

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Dr Rebecca Yearling writes for The Conversation UK.

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A Keele University historian has partnered with a local not-for-profit youth organisation on a new research project which aims to help open up brownfield sites in the UK’s most deprived urban communities.

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A criminologist specialising in how Britain’s roads are policed has urged drivers to think carefully about their behaviour when getting behind the wheel as a new anti-speeding campaign is launched.

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Having graduated from Keele University in 1984 with a First Class Honours Degree in International Relations, Mark Evans OBE is now Deputy Chief Executive of Service Delivery at New Zealand Police and has been playing an important role in managing the country’s response to Covid-19.

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The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted shortfalls in international law over the sharing of virus samples and scientific data, which must be addressed to better tackle future disease outbreaks according to a Keele legal health expert.

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A Keele Professor and human rights expert for the United Nations has called on UN member countries to increase protection for vulnerable people to prevent them being pushed into slavery because of Covid-19.

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Criminology experts from Keele University are studying the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on Britain’s road network, in a bid to make the roads safer during and after the lockdown.

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the cancellation of $120 billion of Third World debt as a result of the Jubilee 2000 campaign that was founded by former Keele University politics lecturer Dr Martin Dent.

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Dr Marc Hudson writes for The Conversation UK.

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A community legal outreach collaboration led by Keele University is continuing to ensure vulnerable people are supported during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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A new project led by Keele University aims to transform the way the police and other agencies work together.

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Having graduated from Keele in 2013 with a degree in History with American studies, Charlotte Smith now works at Elements Talent Consultancy, a role which sees her currently deployed as a Senior Research Partner at Spotify.

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Dr Marc Hudson writes for The Conversation UK.

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A human rights professor from Keele’s School of Law has been appointed to a prestigious post by the United Nations Human Rights Council, to help tackle modern slavery around the world.

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Keele criminologist Dr Helen Wells has launched a toolkit of resources to help police forces educate and enforce the law against mobile phone use by drivers.

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A Keele musician has found a novel way for people to interact with philosophical ideas - and is calling for people to get involved.

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An exhibition which will explore the experiences associated with living with chronic pain will open at Keele University in March.

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Keele alumna Amy Brodie tells of her career journey since graduating in 2015, which has culminated in her current role for the Department of Health and Social Care

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A Keele academic has received a prestigious Stonewall award in acknowledgement of her commitment to inclusion and equality.

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A study being led by Keele researchers aims to establish a new role for local communities in decommissioning large industrial facilities.

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Joost de Moor, Professor Brian Doherty and Dr Philip Catney write for the Conversation UK.

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A regional partnership led by Keele University has launched a new integrated community approach to mental health and wellbeing for students in further and higher education, in collaboration with Staffordshire University and other partners, as part of a £2.2 million project.

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Dr Awol Allo, Senior Lecturer in Law at Keele University, was recently invited by the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to participate in an expert roundtable to discuss Ethiopia’s political transition and the forthcoming national election.

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A delegation from Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) recently visited Keele University ahead of its students spending a year in the UK to study on the joint diplomacy degree programme that is run in partnership by the two universities.

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Dr Jonathon Shears writes for The Conversation UK.

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