New research suggests that an initiative that helps male football fans feel better and live a healthier lifestyle by losing weight, taking more exercise, and improving their diet has had success.
Three reasons why the River Clyde is not a major public space in Glasgow despite visions for its regeneration.
In a joint event hosted by the University of Glasgow Human Rights Network and the Gender and Sexualities Forum, three speakers from the School of Social and Political Sciences will launch three books in a discussion chaired by Dr Vikki Turbine (Politics). Date: 23rd January 2014 Dr. Roona Simpson (Sociology) will launch: ‘L. Jamieson and…
A book by transport experts argues that decades of neglect in the UK’s rail network cannot be instantly rectified by short term Government investments and price promises.
Second of two workshops exploring the implications of a referendum for Scotland’s constitution
A new research project by the Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network focuses on ‘Experiences of Social Security and Prospects for Long Term Settlement amongst Migrants from Central Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union’.