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13 July 2021
Blog by Professor Susan McPherson relating to public health versus the right to health
Professor Susan McPherson
25 May 2021
In our second episode Professor Jules Pretty and journalist Martha Dixon, take you on a journey to discover why we need to learn from our past in uncovering the global impact of migration on our people and our land. Our speakers have direct experience of migration and the impact it has had on their lives. We discuss why this is such an important issue and why we need to learn from the past to look forward.
Professor Jules Pretty
12 May 2021
Police mistrust keeps hitting unequal societies but there are ways to restore confidence
Dr Carlos Solar
Myanmar: could defecting security forces bring down the military regime?
Professor Natasha Lindstaedt
15 April 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
Department of History
09 November 2020
In this blog, Professor Clara Sandoval-Villalba, highlights how engagement is vital for achieving positive results in cases of serious violations of human rights.
Professor Clara Sandoval-Villalba
26 August 2020