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30 Oct 2020
Josephine Namusisi-Riley FRSA
Josephine Namusisi-Riley FRSA reflects on 2020's Black History Month
04 Jun 2020
Jane Davidson FRSA
Jane Davidson FRSA on how we can help future generations with better long-term thinking.
27 Apr 2020
Peter L. Biro FRSA
Once the pandemic is over, we must assess the abridgment of rights and freedoms which we were deemed to accede during the crisis.
31 May 2019
Ana Chubinidze FRSA
Policymakers and algorithm coders should be the ones educated about the ethical and societal issues associated with using personalised online content, not consumers.
27 Sep 2018
Gender equality should be taught from a young age so that society can unlearn damaging assumptions about gender norms before it's too late.
03 Sep 2018
Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari
Dr Muhammad Abdul Bari argues Boris Johnson's demonisation and mocking of niqab wearers at best displayed a brazen example of ignorant Islamophobia and the bullying of a minority. At worst it signalled a condoning of right wing extremist views.
02 Oct 2017
Join Fellows in Cambridge this autumn to help imagine a fairer and more equal Britain.
29 Jun 2016
The United State of Women Summit in June brought together thousands of women from around the world to and a few dozen men to discuss key gender equality issues. Leszek Sibilski was one of the few dozen men present and shares his experience.
26 Feb 2016
The Rhodes Must Fall campaign at the University of Oxford may have suffered a setback, but it has let the genie out of the bottle regarding the value of public memorials?
15 Sep 2015
The current refugee crisis highlights greater problems in the EU’s fabric, argues FRSA Samuel Korfmacher. He sets out the challenge and urges European leaders to act now to better safeguard our future.
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