More people in Scotland are concerned about health and social justice than in England according to a chapter in the latest British Social Attitudes report from the National Centre for Social Research, written by University of Strathclyde expert.
Survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking are taking to the stage to tell their harrowing stories as part of an innovative performance project aimed at tackling the worldwide issue, in a project leg by University of the West of Scotland.
GCU will host more than 40 students and staff from Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Edhec, Universidad Villanueva and Universidade de Madeiram for a week of immersive experiences, visits and workshops this week.
The funding will go towards a range of projects including improving the bus corridor on Renfield Street, supporting the work on the city's emerging active travel network and encouraging people to make more journeys by walking, wheeling, cycling and public transport.
People across the UK are dying younger as a result of austerity, with people living in the poorest areas hardest hit. A new report by University of Glasgow and Glasgow Centre for Population Health, calls for urgent action and presents 40 recommendations to turn the situation around.
The University’s Centre for Climate Justice will be in the United Arab Emirates from March 28-31, firstly hosting its own event on March 29, which will explore how climate finance can help women and girls adapt to climate change.
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