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This Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we highlight research at the University of Leeds that explores the causes and solutions to modern-day slavery and contributes towards ending it.

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The study aims to help students learn the science of genetics without absorbing misleading ideas about genes as "super causes."

Leeds Love Month

Attendees of the Leeds Love Month event series share their experiences and knowledge gained from the events, including how these would be applied in their everyday lives and relationships.

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A foundational debate turning out differently could have changed science and society. Read Professor Radick’s interview about his research into the history of genetics.

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New research shows that faith-based organisations (FBOs) supporting modern slavery survivors in the UK are embroiled in a landscape marked by racialised border violence.