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In an increasingly divided political landscape, we're helping people exercise their rights to a fairer, safer, more satisfying life.

In the Democratic Citizenship theme blog, our experts discuss topics including our local heritage, international relations, law and government.

11 posts found

Right-wing extremism: The new wave of global terrorism Sean Spence examines why far-right groups are rising in the US

22 October 2020 5 min read

Sean Spence, Doctorate Student in Security Risk Management at the University of Portsmouth writes for The Conversation about the rise of right-wing extremism in the US during the pandemic

Gun, bullets and knife

Can the cruise industry really recover from coronavirus? An analysis on how cruise liners will fair in the future

19 August 2020 6 min read

Liz Sharples, Senior Teaching Fellow in Tourism at the University of Portsmouth, and Kokho Jason Sit, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, write for The Conversation about the future of cruise travel during the pandemic

Cruise ship at sunset

Coronavirus: researchers no longer need consent to access your medical records Patient data is an extremely valuable research resource which now, more than ever, must be handled appropriately, explains Dr Simon Kolstoe for The Conversation

31 May 2020 Dr Simon Kolstoe 7 min read

Simon Kolstoe, Senior Lecturer in Evidence Based Healthcare and University Ethics Advisor, at the University of Portsmouth writes for The Conversation about Government using the public's medical records for coronavirus data

Scientist going through beakers

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