21 November 2013
This week Dr Enze Han was interviewed by ITV news on reforms in China's one-child policy, Professor Michel Hockx was a guest on Al Jazeera Listening Post commenting on China's relationship with foreign media, Professor Michael Hutt commented on the elections in Nepal on Al Jazeera, Dr Rebecca Steinfeld published an article on whether comparisons between male and female circumcision are justified for The Conversation UK, Dr Phil Clark was interviewed on Press TV about the issue of ICC rule in favor of regional courts in Africa and the AHRC featured the Department of Linguistics multilingualism scheme 'Skills development for language research and teaching in a multilingual world' in an article.
Professor Michel Hockx on China's balancing act with foreign media
Al Jazeera Listening Post - 16/11/13
Professor Michael Hutt on Nepal: Ending the political deadlock?
Al Jazeera - 19/11/13
African courts have potential to replace ICC: Dr P Clark
Press TV - 17/11/13
Like FGM cut foreskins should be a feminist issue
The Conversation UK - 18/11/13
Article written by Dr Rebecca Steinfeld
Living in a multilingual world
SOAS workshop on Skills development for language research and teaching in a multilingual world, funded by AHRC, featured.
The long shadow of the Iran sanctions
The Huffington Post - 20/11/13
Article written by Al Fathollah-Nejad on Iran sanctions.
Students protest against privatisation of student loan book
The Telegraph - 20/11/13
At SOAS, dozens also turned out, while some students – supported by NUS Black Students' Officer Aaron Kiely – even chained themselves together in protest.
SOAS to review security after Muslim Brotherhood storms lecture
Evening Standard - 19/11/13
Muslim Brotherhood Supporters Storm SOAS London University Lecture On Egypt
Huffington Post - 15/11/13