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Human Rights Futures conference asks: What's next...

Issued:17/12/18

70 years on from the implementation of the United Nations (UN) universal declaration of human rights, the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice...



New study finds welfare conditionality is ineffective

Issued:22/05/18

Joint research by Sheffield Hallam University into “welfare conditionality” in the UK, has found benefit sanctions are largely ineffective...



Hallam awarded new funding to tackle religious-based...

Issued:18/04/18

Sheffield Hallam University will receive funding from the Office for Students (OfS) to play a leading role in tackling religion-based hate crime and...



Hard Brexit could have adverse impact on foreign investment...

Issued:12/03/18

 A hard Brexit, favoured by some members of the current government, could have a significant adverse impact on foreign direct investment (FDI)...



English identity explored with former cabinet member

Issued:06/03/18

Labour politician and cabinet member John Denham will explore English identity, democracy and governance at Sheffield Hallam University this week.The...



Hallam hosts Northern law competition

Issued:08/02/18

Sheffield Hallam University will welcome the north of England's most promising legal talent this weekend in a competition to find the region's...



Indian police commits to tackling violence against...

Issued:23/01/18

Thousands of women who have been victims of violent crimes such as rape and assault will have access to new one-stop support centres thanks to a ground-breaking...



European drug survey to investigate recovery

Issued:15/01/18

A new European survey aimed at understanding how drug addicts have achieved successful recovery has been launched.The Life in Recovery survey is part...



Sheffield Hallam hosts Indian police delegation

Issued:30/11/17

Senior police officers from India are touring England as part of a ground-breaking project aimed at improving access to justice for female victims...



South Yorkshire's Armed Forces community needs you!

Issued:06/11/17

The first ever study to map the size and scale of the Armed Forces community in South Yorkshire has been launched in the run-up to Remembrance Sunday.The...