The EU faces one of the most pressing crises in its history, as it attempts to tackle terrorist attacks inspired by the radical Islamist organisation ISIS, writes Dr Oz Hassan, Associate Professor in the Politics and International Studies Department at the University of Warwick.
Past present and future: learning lessons about child sexual abuse and exploitation from the Savile and Hall enquiries
Associate Professor Christine Harrison from the Centre for Lifelong Learning shares her thoughts on the Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall investigation, in light of the Dame Janet Smith review...
Piecemeal reforms are on the horizon, but question marks remain over the candidates to land the top job at Fifa Dr David Webber
This Friday delegates from world football’s governing body, Fifa, will meet to decide not only upon a new president to replace Sepp Blatter, but crucially a set of reforms that it is hoped will enable the organisation to draw a line under Blatter’s eighteen-year reign and the scandal that has engulfed it since May of last year.
Paapa Essiedu is the first black actor to play Hamlet for the RSC, Dr Jami Rogers is available to comment
Previewing on 12th March at the RSC, Paapa Essiedu is the first black actor to play Hamlet for the RSC and only the seventh BAME performer to have played Hamlet in the UK since 1930.
Professor Swaran Singh of the Divison of Mental Health and Wellbeing, Warwick Medical School explores the issue of whether Britian is racist.