"Fake news" is as much a problem for scientists as politicians. Crispin Maslog calls for an end to propaganda dressed...
13 Jul 2017
Learn about the EU and how it extends, limits or replaces the work of national governments, in the opening video...
17 Jun 2017
By Danah Boyd
Danah Boyd, founder of Data & Society, asks if American society has become too distrustful of experts
17 May 2017
Half a century on, the Moors Murders remain a fixed point of fascination and horror for the UK media. Two Manchester...
16 May 2017
By Laura Clancy
The announcement that Prince Philip was to stand down from public engagements showed that Buckingham Palace has...
04 May 2017
As Channel 4 News showed following the Westminster attacks, it can be easy for even the best journalists to slip up...
28 Mar 2017
As one of the last acts of his presidency, Barack Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence and she will be...
18 Jan 2017
The coverage of Jimmy Savile's criminal activity shows a media clinging to a sexist perspective, says Professor Karen...
27 Feb 2016
By Ray Filar
When Selfridges is clearing space to make a genderfluid display space, and Will Young is working with trans actors,...
25 Nov 2015
Much literature on the public policy process focuses narrowly on the policy-making part. This free course, The public policyaction relationship,...
Level: 3 Advanced
11 Feb 2016