The words of Nigerian religious leaders can have a positive impact on reintegration and reconciliation, a study by UCLA researchers and colleagues shows.
In its third year, the Modern Endangered Archives Program has also launched an open access website.
The interdisciplinary program focuses on globalization and the connections among people across the world that transcend geographic and political boundaries.
The tennis icon spent his life fighting for the oppressed. A new oral history collection tells his story.
The episode, called “Coal Mining in South Africa,” explores issues related to environmental injustice, unemployment and poverty.
Efforts to produce a new legal framework for the crime had their roots in a symposium hosted by The Promise Institute for Human Rights.
UCLA Professor Dov Waxman shares insights into the latest hostilities between Israel and the Palestinians.
UCLA experts say while it’s a positive step, real progress on countering stereotypes and building equity domestically and around the world will take much more work.
The director of The Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA provides her analysis of why this has been such an important issue for Armenians.
The report found “meaningful progress” over past decade, but noted that child labor violations and other abuses persist.
UCLA-led study examined conditions faced by construction and domestic workers in six countries.
GPS data reveal how gender roles and ecology influence men’s and women’s movement through the landscape in which they live.
As UCLA’s vice provost for international studies and global engagement, Fan guides how UCLA embodies its important role as a global citizen.
The gift will “strengthen our vibrant community of faculty and students dedicated to studying Taiwan,” said Min Zhou, director of the UCLA Asia Pacific Center.
UCLA sociologist Cecilia Menjívar explains that today’s plagued system began taking shape well before the Trump administration.
UCLA’s Daniel Blumstein and a global team of scientists point to environmental, population and political challenges.
“Possible Worlds,” which launches in February 2021, invites some of today’s most imaginative intellectual leaders to speak on the future of humanity.
UCLA professor Dov Waxman looks ahead at the new administration’s possible approach to peace talks, the Iran deal and other issues.
UCLA ecologist Morgan Tingley and a worldwide team of experts call for new approaches to fire management.
The gift to the Luskin School of Public Affairs will advance global understanding of what makes governments effective.
Political and moral victories sometimes go hand in hand. But not always. This election has exposed more than one split.
Faculty member Movses Pogossian played a lead role in developing the new collection of works by composer Tigran Mansurian.
The annual event will be held Nov. 16 to 20, featuring a global trivia contest and Conversation Café.
Sebouh David Aslanian, director of UCLA’s Armenian Studies Center, offers his thoughts and perspectives on the conflict.
Birthrates, marriage, gender roles will change dramatically in post-pandemic world, scientists predict
The longer COVID-19 continues, the more entrenched these psychological, social and societal changes are likely to be, the study authors suggest.