University of Kent

The University of Kent is one of the UK’s top 20 institutions producing world-class research, rated internationally excellent, and leading the way in many fields of study.

Established in 1965, Kent – the UK’s European university – now has almost 20,000 students across campuses in Canterbury and Medway, and study centres in Tonbridge, Brussels, Paris, Athens and Rome.

It is a leading research-intensive UK university creating a global student and staff community that advances knowledge and stimulates intellectual creativity, and performs at the highest levels.

Kent believes in the unity of research and teaching, in the freedom and responsibility that staff have to question and test received wisdom, in the transforming power of higher education, in acting with integrity, and the value of an inclusive and diverse university community.

It is committed to growing, shaping and supporting the regions in which it operates so that it may have a positive social, cultural and economic impact.

Along with the universities of East Anglia and Essex, Kent is a member of the Eastern Arc Research Consortium (www.kent.ac.uk/about/partnerships/eastern-arc.html).

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Débauche sexuelle à la française : les origines du mythe

Ni le « French kiss », ni la « French pox » ne sont originaires de France. Mais alors, d’où vient la réputation sulfureuse que l’on attribue aux Français un peu partout… ailleurs dans le monde ?
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EU’s new stand on ivory trade upsets East Africa ahead of key decision

EU officials argue that while the ban on ivory trade is right for some countries, it shouldn't be all-encompassing. It has called on African range states to reach agreement on the issue.
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Comment la course à pied stimule notre intelligence

Courir est bénéfique au cerveau : la course à pied stimule la production de nouveaux neurones. Un héritage probable de l’évolution. Alors, chaussez vos baskets pour booster votre cognition !
In the 1990s Paul Kagame of Rwanda, along with Yoweri Museveni of Uganda and Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia, were considered the democratic darlings of Africa. Reuters/Hereward Holland

How Africa’s 1990s ‘poster boys’ use security fears to roll back democracy

Africa's democratic promise of the 1990s has lost its shine. Hopes for accountable rule have faded in Uganda, Ethiopia and Rwanda. All have blocked the path to meaningful popular empowerment.
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Brexit is on: Britain votes to leave the EU – experts respond

The UK has delivered a shock to the world's largest economic and political group.

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