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New study compares workplace-residence systems in China and India as a form of migrant labour control

Research explores the strategies employed in China and India for controlling migrant labour through workplace-residence systems.

Electronics manufacturing India

Migration 'likely to fall in 2023' after record year

Net migration to the UK is “likely to be lower” in 2023 after hitting record levels last year, according to a King’s academic.


Vision for the future set out in new school strategy

A vision for how the School of Politics and Economics can build on its strengths and develop in the future will be set out at the launch of the school’s new...


'Look beneath the hood of AI'- Siddharth Khajuria and Professor Michael Luck in conversation

As two major exhibitions about artificial intelligence open at King’s, Professor Michael Luck, Director of the Institute for Artificial Intelligence and...

Sidd and Michael - AI In Conversation

Day 2: The London Defence Conference, hosted by King's

Chair of the London Defence Conference, Lord Salisbury welcomed attendees to the second day of insight from policymakers, military experts and academics on...

Professor ‘Funmi Olonisakin, Vice President (International, Engagement & Service) at King’s College London

Day 1: The London Defence Conference, hosted by King's

Security and defence experts and leading political figures from around the world are attending a major two-day conference at King’s, discussing how to better...

Shitij Kapur at London Defence Conference

"We're not going away" Rishi Sunak warns Putin at King's conference

The Prime Minister has warned Russia that the UK and other allies are “not going away” at the London Defence Conference hosted by King’s School of Security...

Rishi Sunak at Defence Conference

Cross-departmental policy action necessary to tackle social exclusion in later life

Delivering the Institute of Gerontology’s annual Hobman Lecture, Professor Thomas Scharf made the case for a coordinated policy response to address inequality...

Professor Thomas Scharf in conversation with Professor George MacGinnis at the 2023 David Hobman Lecture.

Research-informed primer book for teachers now up-to-date with latest educational issues

The School of Education, Communication & Society (ECS) at King’s College London has come together to celebrate the publication of the 6th edition of Becoming...

BAT book launch coeditors

King's academic puts identity at the heart of teacher education in new book

The director of the PGCE English programme at King's argues against the current narrow view of accountability of education and in favour of teachers and...

Identity book cover

New book calls for teachers to use critical pedagogies in STEM education

Researchers from the UK and Brazil have just published an open-access book to encourage STEM educators to use critical ways of teaching in the classroom.

Critical Pedagogies tablet

Who is responsible for tackling the cost-of-living crisis?

The Policy Institute is working with peer researchers to understand the impact of the cost-of-living crisis in three London boroughs


Public think super rich are now more powerful than governments

The public also see family background as the biggest determinant of someone’s wealth


God, heaven and hell, and life after death: data reveals UK's low religious belief compared with other nations

The share of the British public who identify as religious has halved since the 1980s


Unit researchers discuss homelessness, self-neglect and safeguarding with social work students

Jess Harris and Stan Burridge were at a session at Senate House

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Students chatting in a lecture theater


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