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CORTH press release on November 27 rape in India

12 December 2019

Members of the Centre for Cultures of Reproduction, Technologies and Health (CORTH) and the University of Sussex strongly condemn the shocking rape...


Are you a current university student or have you recently graduated? Have you experienced an eating disorder?

3 December 2019

Are you a current university student or have you recently graduated? Have you experienced an eating disorder? Student Minds are working with a...


Global levels of biodiversity could be lower than we think, new study warns

2 December 2019

Biodiversity could be in a worse state than we think, as assessments fail to account for long-lasting impacts of abrupt land changes.


Climate change already damaging health of world's children, according to Lancet report

14 November 2019

A new report, co-authored by experts at the University of Sussex, warns about the health impact of climate change on the world’s children.


New Dhaba display: Khmer People’s National Liberation Front

8 November 2019

Trumphan Maneetapho is a retired photojournalist who covered periods of political instability and conflict in Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia...


Chief of Europe’s leading climate innovation initiative to open Sussex conference in Valencia

29 October 2019

Event brings together policymakers, funders and researchers to mobilise the power of transformative innovation for societal and environmental gain.


Migrants on the margins resources win award

25 October 2019

Royal Geographical Society


Financial crises cause one-step forward, two steps back when it comes to air quality

11 October 2019

New research has revealed that any initial reduction in air pollution caused by a financial crisis, is unexpectedly short-lived.


New three-quarter-million pound grant for SSRP and Global Studies research on climate risks to fishers in India

4 October 2019

A multidisciplinary team of Sussex academics have been awarded a £728,000 grant from the UKRI-GCRF Equitable Resilience programme.


New Dhaba display: Ethnographic fieldwork in Brighton

22 September 2019

From its origin as a discipline and mode of enquiry, anthropology has distinguished itself for its long-term fieldwork, and commitment to visiting...


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