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Progress on poverty reduction falling short of UN's Global Goals

Bleak projections predict extreme poverty is on the rise in low-income countries and UN targets will be missed

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King's ranks among top universities for knowledge exchange for third year running

King’s College London has again ranked among the top English universities in this year’s Knowledge Exchange Framework results.

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London Demo Day returns to King's, celebrating the city's entrepreneurial talent

Entrepreneurs from Imperial, King’s College London, London School of Economics (LSE) and UCL pitched their start-ups to investors at this year’s London Demo...

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'We need a democratic economic strategy to overcome current global crisis': Professor Alfredo Saad-Filho

Professor Saad-Filho delivered the Dudley Seers Lecture at the 2023 general conference of the European Association of Development Research Training Institutes...

Professor Alfredo Saad-Filho delivering the Dudley Seers Lecture at the EADi conference 2023 in Lisbon

Celebrating the King's community driving forward sustainability

Staff, students and alumni came together at the King’s Climate & Sustainability Awards 2023 to celebrate the efforts of those helping to make King’s a more...

Group photo taken at the sustainability awards 2023 showing about 100 people holding up SDG boards.

King's Business School supports cross-party work on disability

School is co-provider of secretariat to UK All-Party Parliamentary Group on Disability

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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.

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What do London employers really think about hybrid working?

A new paper highlights five key findings and challenges for employers in London – and elsewhere

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Boost your employability this summer with an internship

10 part-time paid internships offer King’s students the opportunity to experience life in a start-up.

A group of young entrepreneurs.

Children's mental health worsens after mothers forced to seek employment

A welfare-to-work reform has increased employment rates for lone mothers but at a cost to her and her children’s mental health, new research shows.

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King's students and staff spotlight climate and sustainability across February

King’s Sustainability hosts 39 events across February as part of King’s Climate & Sustainability Month to shine a light and come together on these global...

Group of students and staff smiling at the camera holding up their seed bombs.

King's hosts the London Student Sustainability Conference 2023

Hosted at King’s, students from 10 London-based universities came together to present and learn about the work inspiring positive impacts around the world.

A group of students holding up SDG boards during the LSSC networking.

King's hosts launch of Net Zero review

King’s College London yesterday (16 January) hosted the launch of Mission Zero, an independent review of the Net Zero agenda for the UK Government at the...

Professor Shitij Kapur speaking at the launch

Dr Gabriela Gutierrez-Huerter O wins Financial Times award for real-world impact

Research contributed to the first British Standard on organisational responses to modern slavery

A picture of Dr Gabriela Gutierrez-Huerter O' standing in front of London's Bush House with trees and a red phone box in the background

Key UK economic research centre renewed

ESCoE announces research programme for the next five years

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