Morrow, Duncan (2005) University College London Devolution Monitoring Project 1999-2005, Northern Ireland Politics section. Reports were produced quarterly, monitoring change n NI. UCL Devolution Monitoring Programme, University College London Constitution Unit, 5 pp [Internet publication]
SImcock, Kelly and Morrow, Duncan (2015) Rethinking Radicalisation. Manchester City Council. Manchester City Council and the Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace. 47 pp. [Research report (external)]
Morrow, Duncan (1996) Filling the Gap: Policy and Pressure under Direct Rule. In: Northern Ireland Politics. (Eds: Aughey, Arthur and Morrow, Duncan), Longman, London and New York, pp. 130-141. ISBN 9780582253469 [Book section]
Morrow, Duncan (2014) Living without enemies in Northern Ireland. In: Living without enemies- Lecture Series, St Martin the Fields, St Martin in the Fields, London. St Martin in the fields. 15 pp. [Conference contribution]
Morrow, Duncan, Clegg, Cecelia, Rosie, Michael, Galloway, Ian and Lynch, Margaret (2015) Report of the Independent Advisory Group on Tackling Sectarianism in Scotland. Scottish Government. Scottish Government. 60 pp. [Research report (external)]
Morrow, Duncan, Clegg, Cecelia, Rosie, Michael, Galloway, Ian and Lynch, Margaret (2013) First Report of the Independent Advisory Group to Tackle Sectarianism. Scottish Government. Scottish Government. 65 pp. [Research report (external)]
Elections in Northern Ireland's second city are always strongly contested and closely watched, but this year the poll in Foyle will be all the more symbolic and significant because of a showdown between the nationalist parties and their Stormont leaders.
Albinson, P., 2016. Exploring Student Engagement and Disengagement in University Education, Can Vocational Activities/Practice-Based Learning Help? In: The BCS Quality Specialist Group's Annual INSPIRE (International conference for Process Improvement, Research and Education), 31 March 2010, BCS London.
The Northern Ireland secretary is accused of withholding sensitive information about briefings given to government ministers before a group known as the Hooded Men were interrogated by the Army in 1971.
Oliveira, M., Stachyra, G. and Starkey, G., 2014. Radio, the Resilient Medium Papers from the Third Conference of the ECREA Radio Research Section. Sunderland, England: Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, University of Sunderland.
Feldman, C.H, Hartwell, H., Brusca, J., Su, H. and Zhao, H., 2015. Nutrition information and its influence on menu choice within higher education establishments. British Food Journal, 117 (4), 1399 - 1410.
du Rose, A. and Breen, A. C., 2016. Relationships between lumbar inter-vertebral motion and lordosis in healthy adult males: a cross sectional cohort study. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, 17 (1), p. 121.
Mearns, D.L., Parham, D. and Frohlich, B., 2016. A Portuguese East Indiaman from the 1502-1503 Fleet of Vasco da Gama off Al Hallaniyah Island, Oman: An interim report. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology. (In Press)
In conjunction with AUB, the Students’ Union invite you to nominate a member of staff who went that extra mile to make your time at AUB special. Is it someone who is an inspirational teacher? Someone who has motivated you to work that bit harder? Has a member of support staff mentored and encouraged you when times got tough? Any current AUB student can nominate any current member of staff (full-time, part-time, academic or professional services).
GROUNDBREAKING British reggae group, Aswad are set to shine at the Dudsbury Country Club tomorrow afternoon from 3pm. The band are probably best known for the 1988 number one, Don't Turn Around and top ten hot Shine from 1994.
TV AND radio presenter Dermot O'Leary has professed his admiration for Bournemouth singer Jazz Morley on his BBC Radio 2 show. Now local fans can see Jazz perform in beautiful surroundings of The Shelley Theatre in Boscombe tomorrow night.