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Read our recent blog on considerations for a Europe-wide gender equality scheme. It is based on interviews with 74 European stakeholders with experience and understanding of equality schemes.
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More countries are experiencing violent conflict in the last few decades. In conflict-ridden states, women entrepreneurs do increase due to the difficult political and economic conditions whilst experiencing additional challenges to those experienced by women entrepreneurs in non-conflict affected developing economies.
Professor Peter Lugosi’s research ‘Political agency, migrant presence and cultural resources’ has been founded by The British Academy amongst four new international and interdisciplinary research projects that seek to support collaboration between researchers in the UK and Brazil.
Dr Anne Laure Humbert was a guest speaker on BBC Radio 4 discussing the damage caused by the old fashioned-way according to which caring for others is a feminine characteristic.
A new research centre involving three academics from Oxford Brookes Business School will help large organisations adapt to the rapid pace of digital transformation in society.
The Blenheim economic impact analysis 2019/2020 undertaken by Oxford Brookes Business School has just been released.
Sustainability in tourism was the original focus of work undertaken by Dr Kate Ji in 2018.
Dr Joanna Molyn, coaching practitioner and senior lecturer received an Editor's award for her contribution (co-authored with Erik de Haan), 'Active Ingredients' in the Coaching at Work Editor’s 2020 Awards on 26
Within days of the arrival of coronavirus in the UK, the value of frontline health staff came to dominate headlines. The importance of nurses became apparent – against a backdrop of 40,000 vacancies and ongoing debates about recruitment, retention, pay and inequality.