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He said there was still a lack of awareness of what the university did in the city around it.
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Prof Gillian Bristow, who is leading this project, said they hoped to shape the city region as it develops.
Academics and students will offer help in developing the Cardiff Capital City Region, set up 10 projects with the Grangetown community and support a digital newspaper in Port Talbot.
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A university football team has sparked outrage after players were allegedly told to target girls with low self-steem because they were “easier to have sex with”.
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One member of society Funky A**e Dancing, who was present at the event, told student newspaper Gair Rhydd: “It was totally unacceptable. All of the girls were forced to the front to watch a PowerPoint which made light of girls with low self-esteem, spiking girls’ drinks, domestic violence and even rape.”
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"The project will be based in the school of planning and geography but we will be trying a far as possible to broaden the expertise that we can offer whether it is politics, social sciences and economic development," she told BBC Wales.
A Cardiff University spokesman said the institution “strongly condemns” any conduct demeaning women, adding: “This marked a gross breach of the University’s Student Code, the Athletic Union’s Behavioural Code and fell short of basic respect and decency.”
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The Students’ Union, which received an official complaint about the presentation, given in the Vulcan Lounge in Cathays, Cardiff, on November 6, has suspended the club from all training and competitive action for two weeks.
Oxford University, Kings College London, London School of Economics, University of Warwick, Leeds University, Queen Mary's University London, University of Sussex and University of Bradford are also taking part.
The board of the Cardiff Capital City Region was unveiled nearly a year ago and has welcomed university's involvement as "pivotal".
Each university will build its own strategy and share best practice with the other students' unions.
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The letter, sent on behalf of Cardiff University Sport, students’ union, and athletic union, said they were “shocked by the revelations” of what had happened and there were “no mitigating circumstances”.
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A letter sent to the football team’s committee by Steve Wilford, director of membership services at the union, said there could be “no justification” for the presentation".
Prof Colin Riordan, vice-chancellor of Cardiff University, said: "I am incredibly proud of the scale of what we are trying to achieve. We can really make a difference."
The club has now been suspended for two weeks and barred from the annual Varsity contest with Swansea University over the controversy, Wales Online reports.
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A presentation given at a joint social with a dance society in a Cardiff pub allegedly saw football club members told to target girls with low self-esteem as they were “easier to have sex with”.