Diplomatic Immunity: China faces few consequences over Uighur suppression

On 24th November 2019, a collection of leaked documents from the Chinese government revealed the extent of the suppression of the Uighur ethnic minority in Xinjiang province. The “China cables” confirmed that “re-education camps” were part of a concerted effort to eradicate Uighur culture. In the immediate aftermath, fuelled by popular outcry, Western governments released […]

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China goes west

“The coastal areas, which comprise a vast region with a population of 200 million, should accelerate their opening to the outside world, and we should help them develop rapidly first; afterward they can promote the development of the interior,” Deng Xiaoping stated in 1988, laying out a plan by which China’s economy would undergo reform. […]

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Campus Living Villages – Where you live, learn & grow


Corporate Social Responsibility

We believe in giving back to our community. As a business dedicated to supporting students and young adults, we see ourselves as more than accommodation providers. Supporting charities, encouraging sustainable practices and creating a safe, supportive environment for residents, visitors and staff are important aspects of what we do.

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Why public opinion matters

Certain images are imprinted into our memory: tear gas and dogs unleashed on children during the 1965 Selma march or the thousands visiting the glass topped casket that revealed the battered and lynched body of Emmet Till. Yet still this did not prepare the world for the image of a police officer kneeling on the […]

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