Top ten tips, the LGBTUA+ acronym explained, a video from Kat, your questions answered and a Quiz...
By: Hughie Wilmshurst
Can history help us understand Brexit? On 27th January 2017, scholars and students came together ...
By: Louise Lochee-Bayne
In the Louvre (Paris) is a famous statue of the Greek goddess of victory, Nike. What is the story...
Check out our LGBT+history timeline, meet Kat from Warwick Pride and read the answers to the ques...
Welcome to LGBT+ History Month
February is known in many parts of the world as LGBT+ History Month
What role does history play in the BREXIT reality today?
By: Tomi Oladepo
Donald Trump has been announced as the 45th President of the United States of America.
The US election are about to take place. Why not cast your IGGY vote, let's see who the IGGY comm...
The presidential candidates have presented specific policy proposals related to their broader vie...
By: Federica de Pantz
Donald Trump was nominated as presidential candidate for the Republican Party in May 2016, after ...
This week, our focus is on the Democratic candidate, Hillary Clinton. Take our U.S Elections quiz.
The world has recently dedicated great attention to the campaign for the US Presidential Election...
Classics is the study of the Greek and Roman civilisations that existed over 2000 years ago arou...
By: Philip Tutty
Back in 2012, IGGY ran a debate on whether the UK should remain in the European Union. As part of...
Are you confused about the UK's upcoming EU referendum?
Frustrated at the ongoing media and polit...
What is Global Sustainable Development, how can you pursue GSD studies, and how can this field ch...
By: Community Manager
Welcome to the next edition of IGGY Fun Size.
This week's mini-competition: Reflection on LGBT+ ...
We’ve explored and reflected upon what LGBT+ history is, and now we’re asking ourselves, “w...
LGBT+ History Month marches on! We’ve been reflecting on the core idea, “what is LGBT+ histor...
Not too long ago, in November and December 2010, thousands of students, parents and and concerned...
By: Anni Jahn
Anna Komnene (Comnena) (1083- c. 1153) was a Greek princess and is considered to have been the wo...
A look at the key moments that influenced the American civil rights movement, and how they helped...
By: Daniel Faulkner
Mike is a PhD student in international law and human rights law.
By: Mike Ogunmiluyi
What’s it like to work for the largest law firm in the world? What are the challenges, and the ...
The OWL Essay Competition will be your opportunity to have a piece of academic work judged by our...
Meet our Student Mentor Anni
Although this excellent documentary was made a couple of years ago, it is particularly
By: David Boyles
A reading of Owen's 'Dulce Et Decorum Est' accompanied by powerful images of the First World War.
As bonfire night is happening in England marking the day when Guy Fawkes tried to blow up the hou...
By: Rebecca Taylor
How much do you know about the gunpowder plot? Take the quiz below and see if you can correctly a...
Take on Emma's Halloween quiz and see if your knowledge on the ghouls that haunt this October 'sp...
Article 50, the European Union law that sets out how a members state may...
What do the changes to the GCSE grading mean for me. Find out on this Li...
What University Live? returns to the NEC, Birmingham on 3 & 4 March brin...
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