An Edge Hill University academic will use her research expertise on child protection in sport to inform Japanese sports policy.
Edge Hill University has linked up with Sefton Council to deliver a brand new programme designed to get vulnerable adults active.
History students at Edge Hill University have received a lecture from acclaimed academic Professor Lawrence Goldman about the creation of the welfare state.
The final events in a year-long series marking 100 years since the release of highly controversial film The Birth of a Nation, exploring racial inequality in the film industry then and now, will take place in Liverpool and Ormskirk this week.
A newly-appointed Reader at Edge Hill University and international expert on child migration, Dr Zana Vathi, served as lead researcher on a project examining the current refugee crisis.
Over 300,000 people have viewed an Edge Hill academic’s body language analysis of struggling Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho in just two days.
A project examining the Liverpool-Ireland ‘abortion corridor’, led by Edge Hill University’s Dr Deirdre Duffy, has been awarded funding as part of the Wellcome Trust’s prestigious Humanities and Social Sciences Seed Grant Scheme.
The University is one of only a handful of UK venues confirmed to host a preview screening of a new film about school admissions testing and social mobility.
An Edge Hill PhD candidate has presented his latest research on holocaust film music at a conference at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles.
A book to inform policy and practice in leadership and management in the Ambulance Service has been jointly edited by an Edge Hill University professor.