This International Women’s Day (IWD), we’re invited to ‘be bold for change’ – to step up and take the lead on forging a more gender inclusive world in the areas ...

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Photo: Billy Wilson via Flickr As far back as the sixteenth century, Thomas More, the lawyer and later Lord Chancellor of England, described a strange country in which sheep devoured “the ...

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We frequently hear calls for system change, at public mobilisations, in conference halls and even in negotiation halls. The calls come as slogans, they come in anger and they come ...

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What can social science tell us about how to curb warming at 1.5°C, and about what the impacts of such warming would be? Earlier this year, we held a webinar ...

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The Opening Ceremony of the Learning Exchange (L-R: Tracy-Ann Hyman; Linda Mbonambi; Mrs. Opal Beharie, Secretary Manager of Westmoreland Parish Council; His Worship Bertel Moore, Mayor of Westmoreland; Zakhi Mkhize; ...

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Tropical forests cover around 6 % of the world’s land surface, yet support 50 – 75 % of all terrestrial species. Yet in addition to hosting most global biodiversity, the ...

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What do public hospitals in St. Andrew, Jamaica; global warming in Dhaka, Bangladesh; access to land for housing in Port Harcourt, Nigeria and the cartoneros [scavengers] in Argentina have in ...

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Photo: Clark and Kim Kays via Flickr The 24th World Congress of Political Science takes place this July in Poznań, Poland. We caught up with Guy Lachapelle, Secretary General of the ...

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The third edition of the Ethnografilm Festival took place from the 29th of March to the 2nd April 2016 at Ciné 13, Paris. With around 100 films and footage shot in a several ...

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Grjótagjá Rift, Iceland. Photo: Brian Gratwicke via Flickr For some years now it seems that not a day goes by without a report of a failed or unsatisfactory replication of scientific ...

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