New police training set to eradicate prejudice in stop and searches

New police training set to eradicate prejudice in stop and searches

The College of Policing is launching new guidelines on stop and search protocol today. Police will have to complete an online course and an exam which will test when they should use the powers and challenge any ‘unconscious bias’ they have. The new online course and recording standards have been...

Read more
Global wildlife population decreases 58% since 1970

Global wildlife population decreases 58% since 1970

A report by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and WWF shows that the global wildlife population has fallen 58% in the last forty years with little indication of the average annual 2% decline slowing down. The Living Planet Report is published by ZSL and WWF every two years to...

Read more
World Building of the Year 2016 shortlist announced

World Building of the Year 2016 shortlist announced

The World Architecture Festival returns to Europe this November with the finalists to be showcased in Berlin. The shortlist includes entries from 58 countries and features well-known architecture firms such as Zaha Hadid’s BIG, and Studio Gang. The UK has the largest number of projects in the running this year including...

Read more