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Politicians join cross-party discussion on how to tackle gender-based violence

Key politicians including Labour’s Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding, Jess Phillips MP, will join a cross-party panel at a free webinar to discuss what more should be done to prevent gender-based violence.

26th November 2021
James Cullens

James takes the reins of the International Advisory Board

An advocate of lifelong learning is succeeding an equally vocal supporter of The Open University as Chair of an advisory board to both the Business and Law Schools.

25th November 2021
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Over half a million pounds to research police response to rape

OU research that will transform how rape investigations are conducted has just been awarded £570,000 by The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime, who are hosting this National Police Chiefs Council led and Home Office funded programme.

25th November 2021

Post-COP26, The Open University hears from its week two Observers

The Open University had official observer status at COP26 and has taken learnings from the conference to inform the university’s wider sustainability mission and inspire students and staff to take action.

17th November 2021

Highlights from week one of COP26, as told by the Open University observers

The Open University has official observer status at COP26 and is learning from the conference to inform the university’s wider sustainability mission and inspire students and staff to take action.

10th November 2021

COP26 – Finance

Today's (3 November) focus on Delivering Finance for Emerging and Developing Markets took the form of two panel discussions, plus announcements from the UK Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, and US Treasury Secretary, Janet Yellen. 

8th November 2021

Where basic income fits in the future of work - and why it matters to business

Dr Charles Barthold explains what a basic income is, why the circumstances are right to test it now and why business should be involved in the debate

8th November 2021
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Operation Soteria Bluestone: Year 2 - Meet the Team

The research is split into six workstreams all looking at different aspects of the investigative process: suspect focused investigations, challenging and disrupting repeat offenders, victim engagement, learning and development and wellbeing, review of data, and performance and digital forensics. 

8th November 2021

Student and Alumni Awards are back for 2021

The Open University Business and Law Schools recently enjoyed a double celebration for the achievements of our fantastic students and alumni.

2nd November 2021
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Addressing climate change is not just an environmental issue; it is one of social justice

Gillian Mawdsley is an OU Associate Lecturer, based in Glasgow and is attending COP26 as one of the chosen representatives of The Open University

1st November 2021

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