A superb article by Sierra Williams, editor of the LSE Impact Blog, building on a talk she did at an event in Sheffield last week:
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The Independent carries a letter from academics collectively critiquing (the already many times discredited) Prevent strategy which has now become a statutory duty directly affecting places of education. “In an unprecedented intervention, 280 academics, lawyers and public figures… Read More ›
Universities Network Co-ordinator (internship) This is a great opportunity for someone wanting to take their first career steps in campaigning with an award winning NGO. The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) works to end the international arms trade and promote peace, justice and democratic values. The… Read More ›
Stage 1: It’s complex and needs more research (funding) See here for the next two stages. I share the frustration at this belated mainstream recognition of things that many have been pointing out for years.
Absent From The Academy from A Narrative Media on Vimeo. (HT Gurminder K Bhambra)
Linda Woodhead and Andrew Sayer from Lancaster University discuss the place of religion in the modern university.
With the tuition fee hike coming into effect in September, students now more than ever are looking for excellent value for their hard-earned money. Choosing the right university and the right course has never been more so important in the current economic… Read More ›