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Unemployment, coronavirus and mental illness key issues for men in 2020
The charity group Movember encourages men to grow moustaches during the month of November to raise awarenessof male mental health. Members of the City Post team an (More)
UBS announces intentions to pay out second half of 2019 dividend
UBS’ CEO Sergio Ermotti speaks at Davos in January 2017. Credit: Flickr.  Swiss financial institution the first European bank to make dividend decision during the (More)
LondonMetric and Grainger increase dividends despite lockdown
Grainger’s residential rent payments rose to 99% in September. Credit: Wikimedia Commons. Portfolios concentrating on residential and essential business rents def (More)
Oil workers risk being ‘dumped’ by industry, warns union
Oil workers like the ones used to crew the Paragon MSS1, an oil rig platform in the Firth of Forth, face serious unemployment risks, an industry union group said. C (More)
Parcels drive turn around in Royal Mail’s fortunes
The shift to online shopping has resulted in more parcels being delivered, which could help Royal Mail turn the corner. Credit: Kutan Ural Pandemic boost for o (More)
Laura Favaro in Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain
Laura Favaro has a recently published chapter, ‘Hey, here’s the new way’: Young Women’s Magazines in Times of the Web 3.0’ in Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000s The Postwar and Contemporary Period https://edinburghuniversi (More)
Jo Littler & The Care Collective
Jo Littler is part of The Care Collective whose book The Care Manifesto is out now; recorded book launch is here: (More)
Koen Slootmaeckers selected to co-chair at European Conference on Politics and Gender
Koen Slootmaeckers has been selected to co-Chair the Sexuality Politics section of the 2021 European Conference on Politics and Gender, 7th-9th July. Further conference details here: (More)
Jess Simpson invited to join The Sex Work Research Hub
Jess Simpson has been invited to join The Sex Work Research Hub, a national co-ordination group working with a range of stakeholders (academics, practitioners, SU’s etc) which has produced this toolkit for universities about students and sex work: ht (More)
Rosalind Gill speaking at the University of Arizona
Rosalind Gill has been invited as a Mellon Foundation visiting professor at the University of Arizona to speak at the annual Sawyer seminar which this year has the theme “Neoliberalism at the Neopopulist Crossroads”. The visit will be in September 20 (More)
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