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Critical Enabling Factors for Decolonisation in Christian Development Organisations

Description
PGR student Toluwanimi Jaiyebo's article outlines four critical enabling factors (CEFs) for decolonisation relevant for Christian Development Organisations (CDOs).
Date:
04 January 2024

Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning entitled: 'Higher Education Policies for Applicants with Criminal Records in the United Kingdom: Are Universities 'banning the box'?

Description
PGR student Charlotte Brooks wrote a paper exploring the higher education policies for applicants with criminal records in the United Kingdom.
Date:
15 December 2023

Leverhulme Trust Award to explore Emotional Subjects: Disability, Para-citizenship and Emotions in China

Description
A Leverhulme Research Project Grant for research on: Emotional Subjects: Disability, Para-citizenship and Emotions in China has been awarded Professor Sarah Dauncey.
Date:
12 December 2023

Leverhulme Trust Award secured to research Desistance from Crime Amongst Black and Ethnic Probationers

Description
A 30-month Leverhulme Trust Research Grant to explore the processes of how and why people from various ethnic background cease offending, was secured by Professor Stephen Farrall and Dr Jason Warr.
Date:
12 December 2023

First Queer(y)ing Asylum Symposium event success

Description
On 8 November 2023, Dr Diego Garcia Rodriguez (Leverhulme ECF Research Fellow) and one of our postgraduate students, Alex Wainwright hosted the first Queer(y)ing Asylum Symposium in Nottingham.
Date:
10 November 2023

New event calls for improvement to prison safety and investigations into prisoner deaths

Description
Parliamentarians and journalists were among those who attended an event aiming to increase prison safety, prompted by recent research from the University of Nottingham.
Date:
31 October 2023

MP Nadia Whittome Backs First Queer(y)ing Asylum Symposium in Nottingham

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Nadia Whittome, MP for Nottingham East, has expressed her full support for the upcoming First Queer(y)ing Asylum Symposium
Date:
18 October 2023

New ICEMiC Director

Description
Dr Morteza Hashemi took over the role of Director for Identities, Citizenship, Equalities, and Migration Centre (ICEMiC) at the School of Sociology and Social Policy
Date:
03 October 2023

Breaking Bread: A Community Cooking Project with Refugees

Description
An online publication, called 'Breaking Bread: A community cooking project with refugees' was recently launched as part of the project "Aromas that nurture: Sharing sensory experiences with the refugee community'
Date:
26 July 2023

Shortlisting Success

Description
Professor Alison Pilnick's book Reconsidering Patient Centred Care: Between Autonomy and Abandonment published by Emerald has been shortlisted for the prestigious Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness (FSHI) Book Prize.
Date:
05 July 2023
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