By Rosie Cox, Birkbeck, University of London, UK In mid May, following the UK government’s announcement of a loosening of … More
By The Gender and Feminist Geographies Research Group of the RGS-IBG We have been told repeatedly that this virus is … More
By Levi Gahman, University of the West Indies and University of Liverpool and Gabrielle Thongs, University of the West Indies … More
We are bombarded with messages to ‘move more.’ Physical activity is good for us, we’re told. In the right doses, yes, meeting minimum levels of activity reduces our risk of chronic conditions like type 2 diabetes, some cancers, cardiovascular diseases, and depression, plus it helps with stress and our general quality of life.
It seems often forgotten, however, that ‘moving more’ usually means going somewhere. For many of us, that place is the gym. And gyms can be more, or less, inviting.
By Kathryn Cassidy, Northumbria University Increasingly immigration legislation has shifted the policing of the UK’s border away from the margins and into … More
Menusha De Silva, Singapore Management University, and Kanchan Gandhi, New Delhi How can higher education institutions ensure the safety of … More
By Morag Rose, University of Sheffield Much current popular discourse on immigration is often dominated by tabloid hysteria … More
Kate Whiston, University of Nottingham In a recent article, Meah (2016) discusses the space of the kitchen – seemingly mundane … More
Kate Whiston, University of Nottingham This weekend marked the fifty-eighth anniversary of the Munich Air Disaster, so what better time … More
By Jessica Hope, University of Manchester Last week UN Women Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson launched the HeForShe campaign, a solidarity … More