With increasing focus on the environmental benefits of a vegan diet, is the movement at risk of losing sight of its core values? This Veganuary, we asked Dr Matthew Cole, to cast new light on an often controversial subject.
When Izzy James opted against a bricks-and-mortar education for flexible study with The Open University, she worried she would struggle to make friends. Since then, Izzy has built lasting friendships, some even closer to home than she expected.
The new SSGS magazine showcases the most up-to-date teaching and research from the school, delving into everything from the cost-of-living crisis to space ethics, via the science of long-term love and decolonising religious studies.
A survey about the digital divide, COVID-19 pandemic and issues of power and control in digital technology use.
On International Migrants Day 2021 we spotlight some research that shows that migrant health workers are most at risk from COVID, highlighting some of the imbalances in global health care systems.
Daniel McCulloch, a Lecturer in Criminology and Social Policy at The Open University and Laura Kelly-Corless from the University of Central Lancashire highlight the devastating impact of the pandemic on prisoners who are d/Deaf
Hot on the heels of the traditional January ‘divorce spike’ comes Valentine’s Day. Do our relationships need more work in 2021 and how can we celebrate this year?
We're pleased to announce the publication of SSGS Magazine, which offers insight into the breadth of work across the School's eight disciplines.
Dr Eleni Dimou, a Lecturer in Criminology at the OU, looks at how we have lost our relationality to nature and considers alternative indigenous perspectives that view human beings in connection and complementarity with Mother Earth
Filmed for BBC Ideas, Stephen Akpabio-Klementowski talks openly about his challenging journey to education.
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