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Professor reflects on 40-year career in probation

Issued:18/04/16

An acclaimed Sheffield Hallam University professor will bring down the curtain on 40 years working with the probation service with a hard-hitting lecture...



Disturbing evidence on impact of new welfare reforms

Issued:09/03/16

Research by Sheffield Hallam University, released today (Wednesday), reveals the uneven  impact that welfare reform will have on people and the...



Shining a spotlight on social justice

Issued:29/02/16

Expert lawyers and criminologists will be shining a spotlight on social justice in a week-long series of events looking at a number of global problems...



Tenants unable to join Right To Buy scheme

Issued:25/02/16

Less than one in 10 housing association tenants are likely to buy their home under the new right-to-buy scheme, a landmark survey has suggested.Sheffield...



Jennifer in the running to be law teacher of the year

Issued:15/02/16

A young law and criminology lecturer has been shortlisted for a prestigious law award less than two years after starting work at Sheffield Hallam.Jennifer...



Mothers in prison still facing hardship

Issued:17/01/16

Mothers who have their babies with them in prison are often not taking up places in supportive units which can help them deal with a number of complex...



Baroness back to celebrate first anniversary of human...

Issued:12/01/16

Human rights campaigner and lawyer Baroness Helena Kennedy of the Shaws has praised the "trail-blazing" work of the centre at Sheffield Hallam...



Advocates for human rights and law receive honorary...

Issued:20/11/15

Two of the leading figures in law, human rights and public service have received honorary doctorates from Sheffield Hallam University.The Right Honourable...



Former equalities chief: more needs to be done to...

Issued:30/09/15

The former chairman of the Equality and Human Rights Commission has said that still not enough is being done to tackle racism and inequality face-on,...



Volunteering and working are central to addiction...

Issued:22/09/15

Community-led peer support and volunteering can be more effective in maintaining recovery from drug or alcohol addiction than medical interventions.That's...