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King's staff empowered to make sustainable changes across university

The relaunches of the Sustainability Champions scheme will ignite inspired staff to develop and implement sustainable initiatives for their departments.

Sustainability Conference 2023

Providing mental health support in peace efforts helps alleviate PTSD and depression

New study shows group counselling and one -on-one peacebuilding activities improve mental health in Nigeria

Children in Nigeria impacted by armed conflict

King's academic explores the role of religion in post-conflict peacebuilding

Funded by the Templeton Religion Trust, the Social Consequences of Religion (SCORE) Initiative will delve into the profound impact of religious beliefs,...

SCORE Project

King's Legal Clinic evaluates impact of successful cross-cultural module in India visit

A year since the King’s Legal Clinic launched the Transitional Remedies in Environmental Harm module, the King's Legal Clinic and their Indian partners met in...

A group pf people looking in front of the camera on the shore bed of a lake.

African Leadership Centre offers new scholarships in leadership and peacebuilding

The Richemont International Scholarships, each valued at £11,760, will support UK students of African heritage to study the MSc Global Leadership &...

ALC weekend workshop Oct 2022 2

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.

From Syria to King's: Eid's Story

A Syrian refugee student who almost drowned in the Mediterranean as he sought safety in the UK has dived into his studies at King’s and is edging closer to...

Eid Aljazairli

Meet: King's Sanctuary Programme team

We spoke with the members of King’s Sanctuary team to learn more about the valuable work they do in supporting refugees in Higher Education.

Academic Sanctuaries Symposium April 2023

King's part of new Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE)

Twenty research Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE) have been created to bring together researchers from Europe and Africa, to transform collaboration in...

The team at the Africa-Europe Clusters of Research Excellence (CoRE) event

New book throws light on military culture that enabled sexual violence in Peru

The book, co-authored by Professor Jelke Boesten, explores the experiences of army veterans during the internal conflict in Peru.

Book cover of 'Dogs and Mates' by Professor Jelke Boesten and Dr Lurgio Gavilán

One year of King's Volunteering

As we mark one year since the launch of King’s Volunteering, we look back at how students and staff have volunteered and celebrate their achievements.

Gardening-Volunteering 26 - Yellow (2)

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

Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin calls for better understanding of tech for future peace

The expert in peacebuilding and leadership spoke about a future where war and peace would be driven by science and technology, at a recent United Nations...

Professor 'Funmi Olonisakin speaking at the UN Security Council in New York in May

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.

ECS student wins Policy Idol 2023

ECS postgraduate researcher Alice Weavers was voted Policy Idol 2023 for her idea of, a platform to involve young people in national policy-making.

Policy Idol Alice Weavers


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