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Black history in Germany - inside the forgotten lives

Issued:18/10/17

A compelling new exhibition sharing the unique experiences of the Black community in Germany before the Second World War has opened its doors to the...



Families living with problem gambling

Issued:17/10/17

A large-scale study to examine the effects of gambling problems on families is calling for respondents from across the UK.The research, being carried...



Young Muslims in UK face enormous social mobility...

Issued:06/09/17

Young Muslims in the UK face an enormous social mobility challenge and are being held back from reaching their full potential, research by Sheffield...



Veterans need specific services to overcome addiction

Issued:23/06/17

Ex-military personnel who are recovering from alcohol and drug addiction are more likely to succeed in recovery through veteran specific services,...



Former Green Party leader to speak at inequality conference

Issued:21/06/17

Natalie Bennett, the former Green Party leader who fought the 2015 General Election, will take part in an upcoming conference at Sheffield Hallam University...



Refugees given a voice through art

Issued:25/05/17

An art installation responding to the global refugee crisis - which includes a special performance by Sheffield Hallam University students - has stunned...



Capping aspiration: The millennial housing challenge

Issued:11/05/17

Young people in low-paid, insecure jobs are being locked out of all housing options in the south east, including social housing, a new report has revealed.The...



Family recovery from alcohol and drug addiction

Issued:10/05/17

A ground-breaking national survey looking at what addiction and recovery from addiction means for families of people with drug and alcohol problems...



The importance of small and medium-sized charities

Issued:09/05/17

A new study to research the vital contribution made by small and medium-sized charities is underway.The study, led by Sheffield Hallam University's...



Sheffield Hallam key research partner in new ESRC...

Issued:10/04/17

Sheffield Hallam University's Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research (CRESR) has been announced as a key partner in the new UK Collaborative...