05 April 2017
Marion Oswald, Senior Fellow in Law and Director, Centre for Information Rights, looks at the potential of algorithmic machine learning tools and whether the reasoning of fictional detectives Sherlock Holmes and Father Brown have something to teach us.
30 March 2017
Sir Jonathon Porritt is co-founder of leading sustainability charity Forum for the Future and arguably Britain's most influential Green thinker.
03 March 2017
Professor John Denham, Director of the University's Centre for English Identity and Politics, discusses the Centre's new reseaerch which reveals the relationship between Conservative activists' sense of national identity and their views on the Union.
16 February 2017
Aneeta Prem is a human rights campaigner, magistrate and educational author. She recently presented a ‘Masterclass’ event at the University on dishonour-based crime and took time out to talk to us about her inspirational campaigning work.
14 December 2016
Considered one of the few female Muslim voices on the political stage, journalist, author and political commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown was born in Uganda in 1949, before moving to Britain in 1972.Last night, Yasmin spoke at the University abou...
02 December 2016
Winning prestigious awards, hosting launch events and guest lectures and forging new partnerships: November has been another eventful month at the University of Winchester, with staff and students engaging in a wide range of initiatives and be...
01 December 2016
Sir Al Aynsley-Green was the first independent statutory Children's Commissioner for England 2005-2010 and he is recognised as one of the most innovative authorities and inspirational experts on children's services, child health and childhood today.
25 October 2016
Across the world, prolonged conflict and war have been linked to changes in the roles of women. Dr Ulrike Ziemer, Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Winchester and an expert in gender, explains how women in the small South Caucasus...
19 September 2016
ConceptsAs with its stratified medical professions the NHS used to have a securely established hierarchy of organisations. District Health Authorities came under Regional Health Authorities. General hospitals were higher than community or cotta...
11 August 2016
From left to right: Prof. Philip Lymbery , Prof. Elizabeth Stuart, Peter Egan, Heather Mills, Prof. Joy Carter and Prof. Andrew Knight An expectant silence descended on the audience that filled the historic Shakespeare Room at the University of...