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Research student Rachel Joy Bosler explains why the Government's plan to ease the affordable housing crisis simply by building more houses won't work and gives her advice on what will.
Rachel Joy Bosler
06 October 2021
A new collection of essays, co-published by our Human Rights Centre, focuses on the recognition of social rights as Chile designs a new constitution. Stephen Matthews, from our Communications Team, caught up with co-editor Dr Koldo Casla.
27 September 2021
Cris (LLB Law, 1983) has over thirty years’ experience fighting for victims of domestic abuse, forced marriage, honour-based violence and female genital mutilation. In 2021, she was named Legal Aid Family Lawyer of the Year. Stephen Matthews caught up with her to find out more.
31 August 2021
Afghanistan: Taliban victory inevitable despite the trillions the US poured in
Professor Natasha Lindstaedt
20 August 2021
Afghanistan: progress on women’s rights has been hard fought – now everything is at risk under the Taliban
Dr Sahar Maranlou
Relationship between big tech and policing is shielded behind commercial confidentiality
Dr Katerina Hadjimatheou
04 August 2021
13 July 2021
Dr Koldo Casla highlights findings from an on-line workshop to understand lived experiences of poverty in the UK.
Dr Koldo Casla
22 March 2021
For International Women’s Day we are shining a light on our diverse alumni community and the inspiring stories of where life has taken them since Essex.
08 March 2021
Professor Noam Lubell explains challenges providing states with clear guidance on how to investigate violations of humanitarian law in war zones.
Professor Noam Lubell
15 January 2021