From the passing of the Sexual Offences Act 1967 to contemporary legal cases, British Library Public Policy Manager Rob Field discusses the development of policy relating to LGBTQ and what the future may hold.
Where is the preferential option?
Bustin myths and shattering stereotypes about welfare dependence.
“This is what it looks like to read the hell out of the book.”
As artificial intelligence (AI) technology develops at breakneck speed, some worry that robots may take away jobs. A new research primer from the Journal of Organization Design looks at the current and future research landscape.
Defining political subjectivities through encounters with biomedicine during the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone — Luisa Enria, Shelley Lees
The Supreme Court begins its newest session on the first Monday in October
Inspire by example.
A professional is not only skilled, but also dedicated to a greater good.
Letters of recommendation for women are more likely to contain words or phrases that raise doubts about job or education qualifications than are letters written for men, a new paper shows.
Professor Halberstam will provide a very timely consideration of the history of Trans* communities, and examine their association with political goals and a quest for recognition.
New report from UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty raises alarm about the rise of a digital welfare dystopia
Jen Yockney MBE discusses the longest-running magazine for bisexuals Bi Community News – how it emerged, the content it covers and its relationship with the gay press.
The spiritual happens in the everyday, ordinary, messy, confusing, painful, and delightful moments of life.
A lesson in futility.
Without gender equality and gender equity, there can be no social justice or sustainable development.