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British Pathe films on Britain’s relationship with the EU including negotiations to join the Common Market.
This is the fifth edition of an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) study, commissioned by DuPont, which covers issues of affordability, availability and quality of food across 113 countries using 28 unique indicators. Free registration required On this topic try also annual FAO state of World food insecurity report and hunger map World Food Programme food […]
For a subject-based list take a look at the FT tracker for business and management In the UK a major service with content from the British Library and other major universities is FutureLearn Also well regarded are courseera
Coming soon a range of free politics and International relations courses from this specialist professional society The blog describes how they aim to form a core introductory curriculum. In the UK a major service with content from the British Library and other major universities is FutureLearn Also well regarded are courseera
Find out in the latest Edenred-Ipsos Barometer survey Ipsos interviewed over 14,000 workers in 15 nations in January 2016. At the top of the ranking were American employees followed by those in China. Issues considered include the work environment, appreciation and emotion. This involves consideration of motivation and the impact of HR policies. The report […]
Find out why we need to support refugees by consulting the UNHCR Global Trends report 2015. More than 65.3 million people were displaced in 2015 These charts from UN Dispatch clearly show the gravity of the situation and recent trends.
Here are some useful starting points for tracing the polls. Remember to check the methodology used. The What UK Thinks: EU Poll of Polls from the NatCen for Social Research is based on the average share of the vote for ‘Leave’ and ‘Remain’ in the six most recent polls of voting intentions in the EU […]
Show’s today’s front pages from around the world. Also has an archive. A US bias.
An interesting article in the Conversation considers 40 years of polling history. Use the blog to follow the conversation on what exit will mean. For the latest news EU newspaper feeds from European Journalism Centre has updates from several hundred newspapers. Newsmuseum has todays front pages from around the world.
This aims to create a single platform or place where information can be found about people displaced by natural crises, disasters and climate change. It is supported by Federal Republic of Germany in order to implement the recommendations of the Nansen Initiative Protection Agenda. It currently contains news and documents relating to refugees, displacement and humanitarian […]