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Free English Classes

18 January 2021

There will be free online English classes this semester for international students.


Anticolonial solidarity must counter Trump’s legacies in Western Sahara, Palestine and beyond

15 January 2021

Sussex anthropologist Alice Wilson analyses Trump’s recognition and normalization deal with Morocco.


Children with SEND need the option to stay in school during lockdown

14 January 2021

The government’s current criteria only allows for around a quarter of children with SEND to have the option to continue their normal school routine.


Postponed Sussex Education Awards to take place Tuesday 1 December

27 November 2020

A virtual event will celebrate colleagues who embody the spirit of Sussex and our values: kindness, integrity, inclusion, collaboration and courage.


Major funding for new project supporting better education provision in conflict affected countries

20 November 2020

Prof Mario Novelli's new project will promote critical political economy research on education systems in contexts affected by conflict and crisis.


Sussex academic's report into support for mothers who have children taken into care published by Government

12 November 2020

Two-year study included in-depth interviews over time with 61 women who experienced removal of at least one child and at risk of further removals.


Lockdown at home less stressful than school for children with SEND, new study finds

2 September 2020

The majority of children with SEND felt less stress and anxiety away from school and at home during lockdown, according to a survey of parent carers.


Graduation 2020: "I thought my anxiety would be a barrier from attending university"

23 July 2020

Having come to terms with her anxiety at university, Amy Knight now uses her experiences to be a strong advocate for mental wellbeing provision.


Four outstanding students celebrate winning MacQuitty Prize

16 July 2020

An unprecedented number of students will benefit from the generosity of a Sussex alumnus after achieving exceptional final results.


Iraq, Shia Islamic Authorities, the State, and Crisis

18 June 2020

Sussex sociologist Ali Kassem examines the role of religious actors in Iraq's response to Covid-19


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