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CORTH Member Dr. Bregje de Kok New Publication

26 October 2016

CORTH Member Dr. Bregje de Kok new publication in Health Policy & Planning, on why postabortion care providers may not...


News from India – ‘The Big Picture - Proposed surrogacy law: Does it address all concerns?’

21 October 2016

Founder and Chairperson of The Anthropos India Foundation, and CORTH member, Sunita Reddy has recently been on a discussion panel, discussing the new...


Congratulations to Bronwen Gillespie

21 October 2016

A huge congratulations to CORTH member Bronwen Gillespie who has just completed her PhD in Social Anthropology at the University of Sussex,...


Top comedian to perform at University of Sussex’s Migration Awareness Day

5 October 2016

A rising star of comedy world is set to perform at the University of Sussex’s Migration Awareness Day.


New play commemorating partition of India based on harrowing real-life stories

30 September 2016

A play written by a University of Sussex academic who researches the India-Pakistan partition of 1947 is to premier in Crawley next week.


Sussex academics bring leading experts together for refugee resettlement conference

22 September 2016

International experts working on refugee resettlement come together for the first time.


Ebola Response Network wins top prize for providing vital advice to humanitarian teams

23 June 2016

An online network that helped teams work together during the Ebola outbreak has been awarded the ESRC's Outstanding International Impact prize.


Juilian Murton on: What are megaslumps, and how do they threaten our planet?

10 June 2016

Mother Nature Network Professor Julian Murton discusses so-called 'gateways to the underworld' opening up across the Arctic that are an ominous...


Prof Julian Murton and ‘the Gateway to the Underworld’ in Siberia - a warning to our warming planet

6 June 2016

Such slumps have been ‘increasing in extent and intensity’ in the frozen north, scientists say. It is known as “the Gateway...


Debbie Humphry in the Guardian on the Housing Bill and its effect on social housing tenants in London

20 May 2016

Sussex Geography PhD alumna and Associate Tutor Debbie Humphry has been published by the Guardian (again) on the Housing Bill and its effect on...


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