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Speaking Out: Rape, Feminism and Narrative Politics, 2018
The prevalence of wholly attributable alcohol conditions in the United Kingdom hospital system: A systematic review, meta-analysis, and meta-regression, 2019
Knowledge, Skills and Organizational Capabilities for Structural Transformation, 2019
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The Religious Marketplace: How a new religion seeks to unify
The most populous nation in Africa has a strong religious culture. Predominantly Muslim and Christian, Nigeria has come to be known for its religious eccentricity. So when you mixed a society where inter-faith marriages are a norm, with a need to stand out in the spiritual marketplace to gain followers - you get a new religion. The film, based on professor Marloes Jansen’s work explores Christlam, a hybrid between Christianity and Islam, and how it was rooted in a phenomenon Nigerians in Lagos and across the diaspora are all too familiar with.
Britain’s Private School Problem
A problem in the British schooling system that very few people even acknowledge is the disparity between private schools and state schools. The difference isn’t just the facilities and the quality of teaching. It extends to the outcomes for the students and the lives they go on to live. Professor Francis Green has long been vocal on this issue. Based on the book Engines of Privilege he co-authored with David Kynaston, this film will explore the lives of a state school pupil and a private school one, showing that outcomes in life are engineered early in life.
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