H&P director Andrew Blick appeared on BBC 5 Live Breakfast at 6.35am this morning to give his analysis on the Brexit negotiations and Labour's shift in position.
Dr. Andrew Blick appeared on the Chinese television channel Phoenix TV to give an interview on Brexit and the independent group.
The session covered a range of constitutional questions including some highly topical material around no confidence motions, with much important historical context.
H&P historians collaborate with Farrer & Co in afternoon of talks on child safeguarding
Sally Sheard on the personalities, innovations and stories that have shaped the NHS
Hear the audio from last week's event featuring Kate Jenkins and Sir Richard Mottram on how the 1988 report came into being, and what happened next.
Laura King looks at the wider context of the recent all-male, all-white "applied history" conference in Stanford.
How can history - even ancient history - inform modern campaigning? Iranian-American democracy campaigner Mariam Memarsadeghi and Egyptologist Alex Loktionov discuss approaches.
Dr Sumita Mukherjee (Bristol) worked with H&P, Policy Bristol and Vote 100 to bring together a group of historians, social scientists and campaigners to share their knowledge of the history of women's suffrage across the world, and look to the future of women in power.
Three historians have won the Royal Historical Society Public History Prize 2018 for their collaborative work on historic child sexual abuse, a project supported by History & Policy.
We were deeply saddened to learn of the death just before Christmas of our colleague, Professor Richard Roberts, Professor of Contemporary History in the Department of Political Economy, King’s College London.
Historians from Cambridge and Edinburgh will investigate the historical context of child protection in prisons for HMPPS's submission to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
H&P Director Andrew Blick has had two evidence submissions published online by Parliament.
H&P's director Dr Andrew Blick has submitted evidence to the Committee commenting on artificial intelligence from a historical, constitutional and democratic perspective.
The OU joins our existing partners, the Universities of Bristol, Edinburgh, Leeds and Sheffield.
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