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Earth Sciences - Politics - 11.11.2022

Politics - 08.09.2022
Adrián Todolí affirms that the 2021 labour reform will not stop salary devaluation if there is no public intervention
Adrián Todolí affirms that the 2021 labour reform will not stop salary devaluation if there is no public intervention
Professor Adrián Todolí affirms that the 2021 labour reform will not stop salary devaluation if there is no public intervention The professor of Labour Law and Social Security at the Un

Politics - Administration - 28.04.2022
The appointment of ministers between 1977 and 2021 has underrepresented multilingual areas
The appointment of ministers between 1977 and 2021 has underrepresented multilingual areas
A study in which the professor of the Department of Constitutional Law and Political Science and Administration Juan Rodríguez Teruel participates shows that there is no equitable geographical distribution of the plurality of the Spanish State in the appointment of ministers.

Campus - Politics - 08.03.2022

Social Sciences - Politics - 28.02.2022
Researchers compile in a book the latest studies on racialization in contemporary Europe
UPF researchers compile in a book the latest studies on racialization in contemporary Europe -Racialized Citizenship in Superdiverse Europe-, edited by Zenia Hellgren and Bálint Ébel Bereményi, is an

Politics - Social Sciences - 19.01.2022
Remittances sent by immigrants to their countries of origin, one of the most powerful weapons against dictatorships
A book co-written by Abel Escribà-Folch, a professor with the Department of Political and Social Sciences, recently published by Princeton University Press, documents how migrations around the world favour global democracy.

Administration - Politics - 28.09.2021
UPF implements the Ethical Line, based on Barcelona City Council’s Ethical Mailbox model
UPF becomes the first Catalan university to incorporate this digital communication channel, which has been operating since July, as a guarantee of and a complement to the mechanisms set forth in its Code of Ethics.

Politics - Religions - 28.07.2021
A book analyzes the representation of motherhood and its political dimension
The dominant narrative on motherhood relegates the woman to the private ambit and to the dimension of emotions and of sentiment, as something that is the opposite of the public and the theoretical.

Politics - Research Management - 17.05.2021
Seniors and citizen participation: how to promote more engagement?
Seniors and citizen participation: how to promote more engagement?
A research project led by the University of Barcelona will study the citizen participation of old people in Europe, analysing their involvement in different civic activities.

Social Sciences - Politics - 14.04.2021
UPF is participating in the creation of the first survey of birth cohorts in Europe, to improve children’s wellbeing
The RECSM research centre of the Department of Political and Social Sciences, led by Mariano Torcal together with Wiebke Weber as principal investigator of the COORDINATE project at the University, will be collaborating in the design of the questionnaires to ensure their quality.

Media - Politics - 08.04.2021
Press reporting on nuclear waste disposal in Finland and France: national models of watchdog journalism?
Could "watchdog journalism" backfire in societies characterised by high levels of trust? asks Markku Lehtonen, researcher at the Department of Humanities at the UPF and the lead author of the article.