Climate change hurts crops yet boosts community spirit

The average level of trust among Vietnamese rural households tends to increase when changing temperatures damage rice yields, suggests a new study published in the journal Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy.

Sports can help prevent violent extremism in youth

Instances of violent extremism such as the recent attacks on Chinese workers in Pakistan have been on a rise globally. These incidents have forced nations across the world to take serious measures—including declaring zero-tolerance ...

A perspective on post-disaster and conflict-induced displacement

A collaborative research project led by the University of Huddersfield's Global Disaster Resilience Center and titled "REGARD (REbuildinG AfteR Displacement)," set out to investigate the role of built environment in the context ...

Innovative housing can help tackle loneliness says new research

People involved in community-led housing (CLH) are significantly less likely to feel lonely than people living in more conventional homes and neighborhoods, according to a new report by researchers from the universities of ...

Measuring 'social cohesion' and why its recent dip matters

COVID-19 has upended so many aspects of our lives in Australia, it can be hard to remember what life was like before the pandemic. It's also hard to remember what we feared would happen when the pandemic first struck.

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