Bangladesh is booming, but authoritarianism could burst it's bubble
Bangladesh is booming, but authoritarianism could burst it's bubble, according to recent research by Antonio Savoia at the University of Manchester.
UK may struggle to maintain influence at the UN after Brexit, study finds
The UK may struggle to maintain influence at the United Nations after Brexit, according to a report lead by Dr Jess Gifkins from the University of Manchester.
Academic Claire Alexander wins Guardian award for migration project
The award recognises the inspiring 'Our Migration' project, exploring the untold stories of the migrants who have shaped Britain.
Racism is still a huge problem in UK’s workplaces
A report has found that the majority of ethnic minority workers have experienced racial harassment at work in the last five years.
Manchester contributes to major WHO report into age-friendly cities
A Manchester case study has been included in a major new report from the World Health Organisation on age-friendly cities and communities.
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