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The Jewish Leadership Council (JLC), which helps connect and coordinate the Jewish charitable sector, has recently appointed SOAS alumna, Claudia Mendoza, as joint CEO of
Starting university is a nervewracking – but exciting – time. This year, Welcome Week – the orientation period before the official start of term –
In the past, Judaism has been able to accommodate to changed circumstances. This will also be the case this year, thanks to COVID-19.
The UN International Day of Peace 2020, taking place on 21 September, is all about shaping peace together – as communities
Traditionally, STEM graduates are thought to get the jobs – but Humanities graduates are just as employable, says new report.
Sometime in the mid-1980s, the people of the arid town of Shendi, troubled with land degradation in northern Sudan, were invited to a series of
In March 2020, the world witnessed ‘one of the most dramatic stock market crashes in history’ (Mazur et al (2020)). Stock market indices across most