Dr Dallal Stevens, whose research interests relate to refugee and asylum law and policy, said: “The question is: will EU leaders gathering at their emergency summit today in Brussels rise to the challenge and meet their international protection obligations? Even before they have met, the outlook does not look promising..."
Dr Benjamin Smith, Associate Professor of Latin American History, discusses the situation in Mexico following the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students.
The Labour Party plans to guarantee young people independent and face-to-face advice, delivered by careers professionals trained to give information and guidance on academic and vocational qualifications.
David Anderson, Professor of African History, talks about the latest attack on a Kenyan school situated near the Somali border.
New report claims Criminal Cases Review Commission should be more robust in referrals to the Court of Appeal
Professor Jacqueline Hodgson, Director of the Criminal Justice Centre in the School of Law, gives evidence at a House of Commons Justice Committee enquiry into the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) report.