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Thought Leadership

By Our Own Hands and by Theirs: Africans and the Nervousness to Belong

In this article, Dr Benjamin Maiangwa, from our School of Government and International Affairs and Christiane Ndedi Essombe, who holds a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of Montreal, comment on colonisation and reclaiming African identity.
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We studied the world’s top airlines and hospitality firms – many are still poor at reporting risks around climate and pandemics

Professor Carol Adams, from our Business School, and Subhash Abhayawansa, Associate Professor in Accounting at the Swinburne University of Technology, comment on the new proposals being put forward by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) which will require UK companies to report on the risks of climate change to their businesses.
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What drives the Indigenous People of Biafra’s relentless efforts for secession

In this article, Dr Benjamin Maiangwa, from our School of Government and International Affairs, comments on the Nigerian-Biafran war and the recent arrest of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.
Biafra territory in Nigeria protest in London

Five lessons on bringing truth back to politics from Britain’s first female philosophy professor

In this article, Dr Peter West, from our Department of Philosophy, comments on Susan Stebbing, the first woman in the UK appointed to a full professorship in philosophy in 1933 and her lessons on the use of tools of philosophical logic to engage in healthy public discourse.
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Can women curate their social media feed to protect mental health?

Hester Hockin-Boyers (PhD student in Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences & Department of Sociology), Dr. Stacey Pope (Department of Sport and Exercise Sciences) and Dr. Kimberly Jamie from our Department of Sociology discuss the impact of social media on women’s mental health.
Woman on mobile phone