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…by Ruby / from Yorkshire / studying History / Postgraduate I’m sharing a day in my life studying during the pandemic. This vlog was originally published on ‘SHCA: Blogs from the School of History, Classics and Archaeology’. To read more blogs from History, Classics and Archaeology students you can visit the site here: https://blogs.ed.ac.uk/shca/ Jul […]
By Prof Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab. The Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF has funded a series of regional systematic reviews of INSPIRE interventions in Africa, Asia and the Americas: Accelerating What Works to End Violence Against Children: A multi-country study. Conducted by the End Violence Lab (EV Lab) at the […]
This project is funded by UKRI Global Challenges Research Fund and the Newton Fund. Elections involve increased risks of the spread of COVID-19, with the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) highlighting more than 40 stages where people assemble, or objects are transferred during the electoral cycle. Despite these risks, a number of elections […]
Highlighting women’s experiences online To mark International Women’s Day (8 March) 2021, the Digital Skills team have created a Resource List (no login required, also available as a PDF download: IWD 2021 Reading List) comprising books, articles and essays seeking to empower women in the digital age and shed light on women’s online experiences. Over […]
——— Time: 7:30 am Place: my bed, somewhere in EDINBURGH I open my eyes. Open the blinds. Open the window. Fresh air fills my lungs. I do all the things people normally do in the mornings. Everything seems almost ordinary, like it is going to be another day of sitting in front of my […]