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The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini has influenced mass protests across Iran, after being killed by morality police due to headscarf rules.
Workplace misconduct is an ongoing issue - how can businesses promote a speak-out culture and support whistleblowers?
David Hennell discusses why it's imperative for the future Prime Minister to prioritise digital investment as part of any future ‘Levelling Up’ plans.
In this podcast, Open Access Government speaks with Patrick McBride on how to best protect your data online and whether it's time to go passwordless.
Over one-third of people feel less safe than they did five years ago - why is this and what can policymakers do to address global safety issues?
American gun ownership trends in the present day can be historically tied to the number of people who were enslaved in U.S. counties in 1860 Researchers have found a correlation between US locations with higher percentages of enslaved people in 1860 and the more guns its residents in those areas...
Prof Dr Preethi Kesavan, Head, School of Technology at LSBF Singapore, describes the role of knowledge generated through scientific research for innovation and future societal development.
EU to cut gas use by 15% in response to Putin's weaponisation of energy exports - moving one step closer to reducing dependency on Russian energy.
More than one million staff are to receive the NHS pay rise of at least £1,400 – with the lowest earners getting up to 9.3% in England.
With Boris Johnson having reluctantly resigned as Prime Minister, the question on everyone's lips is: who will be the next Prime Minister?
In a huge blow to Boris Johnson’s government, ministers, parliamentary private secretaries, and more have begun a mass cabinet resignation. What’s next?
When it comes to overturning Roe V. Wade, less than 15% of people support fully restrictive abortion legislation - with traditional gender role attitudes as a predictive factor.
The cost of living payments are designed to help households in the UK cope with increased food and fuel prices and rising energy bills.
Cecilia Van Cauwenberghe turns the spotlight on healthcare in Canada, focussing on milestones & opportunities triggered by pandemics.
Gun violence restraining orders already exist in some states, and research finds that they may contribute to more gun safety and potentially, lower rates of mass shootings.
A more flexible and simple New Procurement Bill is to replace 350 of the EU’s laws to drive economic growth and open business for SMEs.
The leaked draft of the European Innovation Agenda finds that research salaries are generally higher in the US and Japan, while currently 85% of start-up funding goes to all-male teams.
EU leaders push for the implementation of a European hydrogen economy, to replace reliance on Russian energy sources.
When rural poor people get a one-time capital boost, it helps them accumulate assets and find better occupations - pulling them from the poverty trap.
State legislation, aiming to overturn Roe v. Wade access to abortion care, puts millions of women into “abortion care deserts” – forcing them to travel hundreds of miles.