Month: September 2020

Key governments have rolled back their environmental commitments

Dr Annalisa Savaresi, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Stirling Kourosh Ziabari, Organization for Defending Victims of Violence There has always been a tension between the pursuit of economic objectives and that of environmental objectives. Scientists have clearly identified action that needs to be undertaken. Dr Annalisa Savaresi explores the key issues in an

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Richard Leonard: confidence or no confidence?

Dr Sean Kippin, Lecturer in Public Policy, Faculty of Arts and Humanities Richard Leonard was elected as Labour’s leader in Scotland in November 2017 with a brief to re-establish his party as a force in Scottish politics. However, he has been unable to do so. Just as before, Scottish Labour have not threatened the SNP’s

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Social science inspires researchers to create much needed system and service change for people who are homeless with substance use problems

Dr Hannah Carver, Lecturer in Substance Use, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Stirling Dr Tessa Parkes, Director of the Salvation Army Centre for Addiction Services and Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Stirling The Covid-19 pandemic has been hard for us all, but let’s consider how much harder it has probably been for

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