Open University PhD student, Daniel Haslam, from the OU's Faculty of Business and Law, introduces us to the art term 'Afrofuturism', and highlights a podcast he recently listened to that impacted his understanding
The Open University and Oxford University are working in collaboration to hold a free interactive workshop to address the brokering role of refugee and migrant front-line staff in the migration third sector
As we continue to use our Year of Mygration to celebrate the diversity of Milton Keynes, home of The Open University, Dr Fidele Mutwarasibo from the OU attended a Festival organised by the Greek Orthodox Community of Milton Keynes yesterday
Dr Peter Bloom, Head of the Department for People and Organisations at the OU is heading up a groundbreaking new project designed to combat extremism among young people, funded by Google and the London-based thinktank the Institute of Strategic Dialogue
As we continue to celebrate the diversity and multiculturalism of Milton Keynes, home of The Open University, today we bring you details of African Diaspora Day, organised by the Global Outreach Foundation tomorrow and Saturday
To mark their 40th anniversary, Milton Keynes Synagogue organised an open day for members of the community last weekend, including those representing other faiths and other Milton Keynes residents. Dr Fidele Mutwarasibo attended on behalf of the OU
Ever since space scientists first spotted the odd, cigar-shaped object known as 1I/‘Oumuamua in the sky, they have been debating what it is exactly. Suggestions have included an asteroid, a comet and even alien spaceship.
For the first time in UK football punditry, both the BBC and ITV have hired women to offer analysis and commentate at the men’s World Cup. It is also the World Cup that has given a clear glimpse into the reality of everyday sexism.