LSE populists and virtue signallers should reconcile

Why has student politics become so polarised and what can we do to help change this? By Sagal Mohamed At some point the ideological underpinnings on which left and right-wing supporters made their arguments were replaced by the views of…

LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security receives​ funding grant to tackle injustice

The LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security has announced it will be spearheading a new coalition of research institutions focused on tackling worldwide gender-based injustice. The Hub, One of twelve new research bodies funded by the UK Government’s Global…

LSE Gives Peace a Chance

Peace in the 20th Century The LSE Library and the Women’s Library bring LSE students and staff another exhibition in 2019 called ‘Giving Peace a Chance’. It explores the history of peace activism ‘from the League of Nations to Greenham…