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University extends wellbeing support for students from countries in “conflict”

University extends wellbeing support for students from countries in “conflict”

The University extended support for students from countries with “conflict and upheaval”, however, students are unhappy with its messaging
Manchester out of the running for Eurovision 2023

Manchester out of the running for Eurovision 2023

Liverpool and Glasgow go head-to-head as Manchester misses out on hosting Eurovision 2023.
Eurovision 2022: 10 songs you need to listen to

Eurovision 2022: 10 songs you need to listen to

Ahead of the Eurovision 2022 grand final, Head of Culture Michal Wasilewski presents ten most attention-worthy songs of this year’s contest
Reviewing the use of the term ‘genocide’ in European conflicts

Reviewing the use of the term ‘genocide’ in European conflicts

Defining genocide in relation to Lemkin and Lauterpacht and assessing Russia’s crimes in Ukraine?
Half of Africa’s wheat imports come from two countries: Ukraine and Russia

Half of Africa’s wheat imports come from two countries: Ukraine and Russia

Russia and Ukraine are no longer exporting wheat and the global community need to take action
NATO expansion or not: This is a war of Putin’s making

NATO expansion or not: This is a war of Putin’s making

Discussing Putin’s last desperate attempt at war against Ukraine despite prior defences of the country as a sovereign state
“Where will we be next?”: In conversation with students from the Ukrainian Society and YEM

“Where will we be next?”: In conversation with students from the Ukrainian Society and YEM

In conversation with students who are both from the Ukraine and surrounding Eastern European countries, I understand the impact of this war on students and how the support provided by the university has not gone far enough.
Explaining the Russo-Ukrainian crisis

Explaining the Russo-Ukrainian crisis

The origins of the conflict broken down
Fashion industry shows support towards the Ukrainian crisis

Fashion industry shows support towards the Ukrainian crisis

Writer Maia Penny discusses how members of the fashion industry have shown their support for Ukraine in recent fashion shows around the world.
Food Across Borders – Cook for Ukraine

Food Across Borders – Cook for Ukraine

The #CookForUkraine campaign is using food to raise donations and awareness of the conflict, with support from various Manchester businesses.
How can sport stand up to Russia after Putin’s unacceptable attacks on Ukraine?

How can sport stand up to Russia after Putin’s unacceptable attacks on Ukraine?

Boycotting Russian athletes, clubs, and organisations, sport is finally responding to Putin with force.
Just Putin it out there: What has happened with Russia and Ukraine?

Just Putin it out there: What has happened with Russia and Ukraine?

Alfie Cumberworth assesses Johnson’s reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and urges solidarity with those who’s lives have been endangered.
Let’s Get Away: Kyiv

Let’s Get Away: Kyiv

Let’s Get Away to Kyiv as writer Alex Ferguson shares his experience of visiting the capital city of Ukraine

Eurovision 2017

The most fabulous night in the musical calendar returns with political drama, horse masks, and a few plot twists, writes Elizabeth Rushton

Live: Bloom Twins (supporting Duran Duran)

The connection between the twins translates beautifully into their music

Interview: Bloom Twins

Supporting Duran Duran on their UK arena tour, Bloom Twins speak to Paul Norris about their native Ukraine and its effect on their music and lives

NATO and the illusion of safety

Colm Lock looks at whether NATO has neglected to maintain its defences in the face of an increasingly assertive Russia

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