Tag Archives: EU

Open Access Round-up: Summer 2018

The end of EU or national funding for hybrid journal APCs?  The EU’s 2021-27 R&D programme will not pay for articles to be published in hybrid open-access journals under new proposals published by the European Commission in June. Horizon Europe … Continue reading

“Brexit means Brexit”

By Professor Martin McKee (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) More than two months after the British electorate voted, in a referendum, to leave the European Union, we still have no idea about what the alternative model will look … Continue reading

Alumni Profile: Andrew Flagg

This week’s Alumni Profile features, Andrew Flagg, who graduated from the School in 2013 with a PGCert in Global Health Policy by Distance Learning . Andrew now works as a Political Adviser for the Socialist and Democrat Group in the European Parliament, Environment, Public Health … Continue reading

Research in a vulnerable space

By Ursula Trummer Undocumented migrants are among the most vulnerable groups in society, their daily living is characterised by uncertainty and abuse. Exploited on black labour markets, they are widely excluded from welfare systems. Seeking help from authorities is dangerous … Continue reading