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Showing 31 articles, in Building stronger communities
Mothers have sung lullabies to their babies for thousands of years. We’ve found a new way to use this age-old tradition.
A recently discovered Dylan Thomas notebook has shed new light on the poems, career and creativity of a literary master.
A third of English primary pupils are from a BAME background. But in 2017, 99% of children's book characters were white. Our research looks at how children's publishing has a diversity problem.
In England, 1 in 4 boxing clubs are located in the most deprived 10% of neighbourhoods. Our research sheds new light on their important community role.
Farming communities in West Bengal bear the brunt of the climate emergency. We worked with them on a scheme to better protect their livelihoods.
In West Sumatra, pregnant women and their babies face huge health risks. We're finding a new way to help them stay safe.
Sheffield Hallam researchers have charted how a decade of sweeping welfare reforms hit the poorest areas hardest.
Up to 27% of people in the UK experience depression. Our research shows that online memes can help them cope with their symptoms.
Today, nearly a million Black people live in Germany. But the longer history of a Black community stretches back to the 1880s – and, until now, this story has remained largely untold.
The 'restavèk' system is unique to Haiti – but as Fiona de Hoog Cius explains, it carries important learnings for the global fight against modern slavery