March News RoundUp

We demanded policy interventions in the Ukrainian refugee crisis, the often taboo subject of early pregnancy loss in the context of International Women's Day, and considered the role of academics in the ecological emergency with a visit from Scientist Rebellion. Its all in the March RoundUp.

Belated Celebrations!

  • Finally we were able to celebrate the achievements of this year of graduates who had their graduation ceremonies suspended due to the pandemic. Find out more about the day!

The Ukrainian refugee crisis’s impact on European cities

  • Dr Jonathan Rock Rokem, Principal Investigator of a multi-national research project titled MAPURBAN, which aims to improve migrants’ access to urban resources such as public transport and civic and cultural institutions has demanded urgent policy interventions needed by European cities. Read more.

A trip to the Royal Geographical Society

  • Isabella Cook, a second-year Human Geography Student considered diversity in the discipline on a trip to the Royal Geographical Society in London. Find out more.

International Women’s Day

  • We asked Dr Sarah Johns, Reader in Evolutionary Anthropology, about the taboo topic of miscarriage and the impact of early pregnancy loss. Learn more.

Conservation emergencies

Keep up to date with the latest news from the School of Anthropology and Conservation

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