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    • 20 AUG 17
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    My experience: Student placement at Lincoln City Council

    By Benjamin Steward After reading previous blog posts of other students’ experiences of the City of Lincoln Council placements I was filled with optimism at what it had to offer and so had no hesitation in applying. The opportunity to work with the Council caught my interest as it would give me the chance to

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    • 16 NOV 16
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    Striking Women website receives millionth visit!

    Striking Women website receives millionth visit!

    Free online interactive resources for schools and community organisations about migration, women and work and workers’ rights in the UK and the world www.striking-women.org Through original artwork, photographs, personal testimonies of the strikers, posters and other contemporary sources, these resources highlight the important contribution of migrant and women workers to the UK. They will be

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    • 21 OCT 16
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    Life after a studying International Relations at Lincoln

    Article By: David Royston-Jennings I graduated from the University of Lincoln in September 2013 with an Honours Degree in International Relations. At the time I was 10 weeks deep into a 12-week internship with my local Council’s legal team, doing research tasks for the sections Solicitors, taking notes at Court and providing various administrative assistance.

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    • 16 SEP 16
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    Captured in time

    Senior Lecturer Yee-Wah Foo is an expert on Chinese diplomatic history and works extensively in the photographic archive of former Chinese diplomat Fu Bingchang. Here Yee-Wah kindly shares two images from the Fu Bingchang archive. She writes: Seventy years ago on a mid-autumnal day the Chinese diplomat, Fu Bingchang, took time off from his duties as a negotiator at

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    • 11 JUL 16
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    Placement at the City of Lincoln Council

    Byline: Matt Mosey My Experience at the City of Lincoln Council After becoming more immersed into my Social Policy degree over my second year of university, I was keen to get a feel for how Social Policy was co-ordinated in the real world. I thought it would also be useful to see if my academic

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    • 20 JUN 16
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    Russia 2017: Prospects for Transformative Political Change

    The American Academy of Arts and Sciences convened a group of leading specialists on Russia to examine, from multiple angles, the prospects for change in the type of regime that Vladimir Putin has constructed. This work was to result in a special issue of the American Academy flagship journal, Daedalus, in 2017 on the theme

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