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People are preparing for a final showdown to stop coal extraction in the German Rhineland

writes International Relations lecturer Dr Andrea Brock *The views in the following article are the personal views of the author and are not an official position of the School.* A small earth wall separates the tiny village of Lützerath from

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Living with the Naranjal Community in the Peruvian Amazon

by Anthropology of Development student Anna Stephens *The views in the following article are the personal views of the author and are not an official position of the School.* The Naranjal Community (comunidad de la Naranjal) are a community of

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Not floating, drowning: the fatal consequences of migration for families left behind

by third-year student Bethany Adams *The views in the following article are the personal views of the author and are not an official position of the School.* In Southern Vietnam, climate breakdown and structural issues are driving migration as well

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Who are the ‘most marginalised’ and do the Sustainable Development Goals serve them?

by Communications Manager Sunit Bagree *The views in the following article are the personal views of the author and are not an official position of the School.* Our Inclusive Urban Infrastructure action research project is concerned with how the provision

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The Youth Vote UK: Empowering our voices

by Politics and International Relations student Alette Moller *The views in the following article are the personal views of the author and are not an official position of the School.* We don’t need to look far to see that youth

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