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New research into how Kenyan communities view medical male circumcision

Academics at The Open University (OU) have received a research grant from the Wellcome Trust to research how Kenyan communities view medical male circumcision.

1st November 2018
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OU researcher calls for online violence against women to be addressed

Evidence from an OU academic into the relationship between media and online violence against women, was cited in the UK House of Commons Women and Equalities Committee report on Sexual harassment of women and girls in public spaces, which was published on 23 October 2018.

1st November 2018
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OU renews partnership to develop imaging technology for space

The Open University (OU)’s Centre for Electronic Imaging (CEI) and innovative technology company Teledyne e2v have just agreed a new five-year partnership to advance imaging detector technology for space science and earth observations.

31st October 2018
Robert Mpiira, BRAC International’s Country Research Coordinator in Uganda

Day 215, Year of #Mygration: The Role of Refugees in Development Management: Are Refugees a Burden or a Blessing? A View From Uganda

Today’s post comes from Robert Mpiira, BRAC International’s Country Research Coordinator in Uganda, and current Commonwealth Scholarship student studying for an MSc in Development Management with The Open University

31st October 2018
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OU PhD students to benefit from £100M award

The OU is part of a consortium that will benefit from £100M funding for studentships and will gain three to five students per year.

31st October 2018
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OU researcher leads impact review

An OU researcher has led the review of the relatively new research impact requirement in a new Science and Technology Funding Council (STFC) review published this month (October 2018).

31st October 2018
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Day 214, Year of #Mygration: Methods in Motion with the mothers of Munich & Birmingham

Today’s article comes from Agata Lisiak, former Visiting Fellow at The Open University and Professor of Migration studies at Bard College in Berlin, Germany. She explores the fast-changing world of research into migration and belonging

30th October 2018
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Day 213, Year of #Mygration: Migration goes both ways: How Brits changed the world

'It's easy to forget that the British Isles have proved as fertile a ground for migrants heading elsewhere as it has a pull to migrants from overseas', says Professor Tanja Bueltmann from Northumbria University. Today she looks at the impact British migration to the US

29th October 2018
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Day 212, Year of #Mygration: What is this political space we call 'immigration'?

Today we share an article originally published on openDemocracy and later shared on OpenLearn, by Dr Steve GarnerHead of Criminology & Sociology at Birmingham City University. In it, he explores four frames that inform how ‘white Brits’ perceive immigration

26th October 2018

Day 211, Year of #Mygration: New report highlights the human rights situation in Northern France

It has been two years since the demolition of the Calais ‘Jungle’ camp. Today, Help Refugees has co-published a report with Refugee Rights Europe in order to highlight the human rights situation which has been unfolding in Northern France

25th October 2018

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