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Major project will help governments better co-ordinate pandemic responses

A King’s academic will be working as part of a major new project that will aim to better prepare governments for future pandemics.


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.

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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...


Centre of European Law hosts EU Ambassador to the UK for King's students

The EU Ambassador to the UK Pedro Serrano, delivered the guest lecture entitled ‘The EU and the world’ on 16 March 2023, where he outlined the EU’s...

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Academic shares insights with global media amid political developments

A King’s academic shared his views with global media on a busy month of diplomatic and political activity for South Korea.


Vice President of European Central Bank to address workshop at King's

The Vice President of the European Central Bank will deliver the keynote address at an upcoming workshop examining the inflationary surge affecting economies...

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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

King's holds its own in the Jessup Moot

A team representing King’s College London and the United Kingdom reached the knock-out rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court...

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Sentinels at London Design Biennale

Learn about the communication gaps technology has yet to bridge in Sentinels, a story of a Colombian court judgment intended to protect the Amazon rainforest...

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King's academics to share research insights at pubs, cafés at the Pint of Science festival

Teams from across King’s are delivering talks, demonstrations and live experiments at the renowned public science festival.

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King's academics discuss youth, protest, and peacebuilding with the state in Africa

Academics from the African Leadership Centre recently co-hosted and attended a town hall discussion on youth, protest and peace-building with the state in...

Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin, speaking at the Wilton Park Town Hall event

Academic meets ambassador to discuss research

A King’s academic met with the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s ambassador to the United Nations to discuss the relationship of the European Union with...


Celebrating impactful research around the world

The Faculty of Social Science & Public Policy held its 2023 Impact Awards to recognise and celebrate research that is having a real impact on societies around...

SSPP Impact Award 2023 Finalists
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