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Why we need to know our AI human rights: Academic calls for communities to shape digital governance

A University of Warwick academic is calling for communities to get to know their digital human rights in order to influence the governance of future technologies and AI.

Protected areas in Thailand are at a higher risk of forest fires when located away from indigenous communities, research finds

Research from the University of Warwick has found that national parks and protected areas are at a higher risk of forest fires when located farther away from indigenous communities.

Young disabled people experience institutional discrimination and stigmatisation in mainstream schools in England, research finds

New research by the University of Warwick has found that disabled young people in England experience institutional and structural discrimination in mainstream schools, with two thirds fewer achieving level 2 qualifications compared to non-disabled peers. Academics argue that these experiences are a key barrier to educational and occupational attainment.

Funding received for 340 new PhD places across the Midlands to train the next generation of social scientists

A consortium led by the University of Warwick has received significant funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for a Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) that will advance research training provision for the next generation of social scientists and ensure that the Midlands remains at the forefront of methodological advancements in social science.

Tue 07 Nov 2023, 14:40 | Tags: social sciences, Social Science, research

€1.45m awarded to research the role of human skills for economic development

Dr Federico Rossi, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Warwick, is one of just 400 researchers across Europe to have been awarded a European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant, to study which human skills are crucial for future economic development.

Declining pay is leaving more schools without a male classroom teacher, study warns

Nearly a third of primary schools do not have a single male classroom teacher, a new study from Warwick Business School shows.

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