Online public event, 29 July: A Focus on Colombia

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Although the Victims and Land Restitution Law has been in force for ten years, on average, two out of every three land restitution applications is…
This blog was originally published on the LSE Impact Blog. The commodification of higher education and the push for market-orientated knowledge means that researchers have…
There are times when we all wonder why we are doing what we are doing – when we feel exhausted and depleted of energy and…
“It was a sudden full stop. We had to stay back home and be safe. It was hard to earn a living. Such an unexpected…
London. March, 2021. Two weeks ago, a young white woman was abducted and killed while walking home near Clapham Common. A Metropolitan Police officer was…
This blog was first published on the Gender & COVID-19 Blog The COVID-19 pandemic is a disaster that has severely disrupted the normal functioning of…
Globally we are witnessing and experiencing the many social implications of COVID-19, but less attention has been given to the loss of social spaces and…
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Why is Sierra Leone, a low-income economy emerging from armed conflict and authoritarian rule less than two decades ago, assuming such a global leadership role?…

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