International Public Policy Review

Founded at UCL’s School of Public Policy, the International Public Policy Review provides a forum for debate, discussion and online networking in the emerging fields of Global Governance and International Public Policy. As a rigorous student-led academic journal, it publishes both original research and innovative commentary from within the School of Public Policy's postgraduate community. Read more »


Digital Creep

Saturday, 14 January 2017

Written by Ahmed Elgen Whilst we in the U.K. have been gripped by tumultuous events both at home and abroad, important changes to the way we live have almost gone unnoticed. The boundaries of the Internet are shifting. The last 26 years since the invention of the World Wide Web has allowed users unprecedented (or […]

Fifty years since the Abortion Act- why are Northern Irish women still having to fight?

Thursday, 29 December 2016

Written by Kate Regan In August 2015 the High Court in Belfast held that the abortion laws of Northern Ireland were incompatible with section 4 (2) of the Human Rights Act and Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), which attest to the rights to private and family life. This declaration of […]

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