Burnout and stress can be a challenge for university research staff and postgraduates. To ensure researchers receive adequate support, more work is needed to understand both the needs of researchers and how they can be addressed.
The dark web is an enabler for the circulation of illegal weapons, as well as a potential source of diversion for legally owned weapons. Although the arms trade is relatively small in volume, its potential impact on international security is significant.
The British public place the greatest value on the ability to make trade deals and having access to the Single Market for trade of goods and services after Brexit, more so than restricting freedom of movement, increasing UK sovereignty and reducing EU contributions.
Community hospitals could be better integrated into the English healthcare system to offer an effective alternative to acute hospitals and to provide more health and social care locally. However, there are a number of challenges that would need to be overcome.
Most EU programmes that support democracy, the rule of law and human rights have clear objectives and mechanisms for allocating resources and reporting where money was spent. However, more could be done to measure the programmes' impact.
Violent radicalisation and extremism are among the most severe and immediate security threats facing European society today. IMPACT Europe aims to fill the gap in understanding of what works in tackling and preventing these phenomena.
An evaluation of The Atlantic Philanthropies' Migration Programme for Ireland found that the efforts funded by the programme's grants resulted in a network of organisations working strategically to achieve a common goal of improving the lives of immigrants.
Despite its small size compared to the offline market, the ability of the dark web to anonymously arm individuals of all backgrounds needs to be taken seriously. Its potential impact on international security is significant.
The 'In/Out' referendum question encouraged the view that Brexit was a binary choice. But how did people understand these two options and their implications? The results of stated preference discrete choice experiments hold the answer.
The priority for the UK government during Brexit negotiations should be access to the single market and free trade deals with countries outside the EU. This would build on the common ground felt by the majority of Britons about what they feel are the most valuable aspects of the UK's future relationship with Europe.
Community hospitals could be better integrated into the current healthcare system in England and can play an important role in the middle of the patient journey between home and hospital. If done correctly, community hospitals could be a traditional solution to help address some of the modern day challenges of the NHS.
After Prime Minister Theresa May's unexpected failure to win a majority in June's snap election, she is now reliant on Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party to shore up a minority Conservative government. As Brexit negotiations begin, European politicians should refresh their knowledge of Northern Irish politics.