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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


Fifty shades of lockdown Covid-19 in Syria: Another calamity (on top of everything else)

2 June 2020

Feras Alkabani reflects on the meanings of ‘lockdown’ in a war zone.


Palestine under lockdown: what's new?

14 May 2020

Sussex historian Jacob Norris writes on Covid-19 in Palestine as part of a new blog series from the Middle East and North Africa Centre at Sussex.


Amnesty International launches report drawing on Sussex students’ Human Rights Law Clinic research

1 May 2020

Amnesty International launches report drawing on Sussex students’ Human Rights Law Clinic research


LPS doctoral researchers discuss professional developments challenges

11 July 2019

Twenty students took part in the seventh School of Law, Politics and Sociology (LPS) annual away day for postgraduate doctoral researchers


Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit ‎

7 January 2019

A new book discussing the gender and queer dimensions of Brexit has been published.


Sussex law students win 'Advice Project of the Year’ ‎from Citizens Advice

12 October 2018

The Citizens Advice Project, part of the Sussex law department’s Clinical Legal Education programme, has won the ‘Advice Project of the Year’ award.


LPS doctoral researchers discuss professional development

6 July 2018

Twenty five PhD students took part in the sixth School of Law, Politics and Sociology (LPS) annual away day for postgraduate doctoral researchers,...


Sussex Salon event welcomes one of the 'Guildford Four'

21 March 2018

The latest Sussex Salon dealt with the topic of 'Miscarriages of Justice: Is there life after life?'


Sussex co-hosts international roundtable on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

2 March 2018

Representatives from organisations including the UN, UK government, academia and environmental groups will look at interactions of the 17 SDGs.


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