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Students to provide educational support to refugees

Issued:31/05/18

Students from Sheffield Hallam University are to travel to northern France to work with children and families who remain living there in poor conditions...



UK public toilets fail to meet basic needs, study...

Issued:24/05/18

Public toilets across the UK are violating the basic needs of many, a new report by Sheffield Hallam University has found.In 2015, 'Around the...



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...



Sheffield Hallam students make some noise about discrimination

Issued:16/05/18

Students and staff from Sheffield Hallam University are joining forces with city youth charity SAYiT and Sheffield City Council to raise awareness...



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...



Breaking new ground on the Advanced Wellbeing Research...

Issued:10/04/18

Sir Malcolm Grant, chair of NHS England was in Sheffield today to mark the start of construction work on Sheffield Hallam University's Advanced...



Toilet film release lifts the lid on social exclusion...

Issued:22/03/18

A short film which brings to light the challenges some people face in using public toilets has been released to the public today.  'The Toilet.',...



New research recommends major increases in older people's...

Issued:09/03/18

Research released today by Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield is providing new insights into the issue of older people's...



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...



Spending on entertainment exceeds print sales for...

Issued:01/03/18

For the first time on record, the British public spent more money on music, video and games in 2017 than on books, magazines and newspapers, according...