News from the Department of Law and Criminology
Lecturer in Social Work Dr. Rich Moth presented findings from his latest book at the recent Yorkshire Approved Mental Health Professional (YAMHP) conference.
The article is titled "Gender recognition certificates: self-identification and the row over it explained".
Irene was invited by the Department of Law & Criminology of Aberystwyth University to deliver a research seminar.
The New Scholarship Cluster aims to provide evidence-based research to advance knowledge and learning about education and the policy environment for education
Aislinn O’Connell explores the importance of legal regulation of image-based sexual abuse
Dr. Elizabeth Pearson presents on the mental and emotional tolls of studying extremism online at Institute for Research on Male Supremacism conference on supremacism and authoritarianism
Drawing from her research, in this blog PhD candidate Heidi Maiberg evaluates measurement issues around extremism deradicalisation and disengagement programmes.
The talk is titled “Politics Beyond the State: The Social Psychological Underpinnings of Criminal Governance”.
The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an annual campaign that begins each year on 25 November on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
A Korean-British research team including Marton Ribary (RHUL Law&Crim) has secured seed funding for a project exploring the peer review process of research data