The recent survey by Ernst & Young of the UK’s attractiveness to foreign investment showed a 2.7% rise in foreign-backed UK projects.
When it comes to the thorny issue of Islamisation in Turkey, most external commentators focus on whether Turkey is becoming more Islamic in its governance, and what this would mean for Western interests. Concerns over the growing Islamisation of Turkey form the backbone of gloom and doom stories of how the once-loyal ally could now become a “new Iran”.
The Centre for Agroecology and Food Security (CAFS) at Coventry University is co-organising a conference and policy dialogue with Members of the European Parliament in June to discuss agroecology for sustainable food systems in Europe.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is happening across the UK but despite being illegal for nearly 30 years, there have been no convictions.
By Hazel Barrett, Coventry University
Don Harris is a Professor of Human Factors at Coventry University and Head of the new Human Systems Integration Applied Research Group.
Professor, author, consultant and winner of 3 awards for work leading to advances in aerospace. Don has just spent the last three years working with COMAC, the new Chinese aircraft manufacturer on the design and certification of their flight decks.
We really should have seen the crisis coming. It isn’t if older people are a forgotten minority. Most of us, whether or not we are old, interact with people who are on a daily basis. And much of our daily fodder in the media tells us about the threat of the “silver tsunami” that is about to hit us.