International Justice and Human Rights Centre launch
To celebrate the launch of the International Justice and Human Rights Centre, Edge Hill's School of Law, Criminology and Policing are hosting a free event in Creative Edge: The Impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on International Law. You can also register for virtual attendance.event
Supporting Supporters Webinar
Do you support a young person who is a care leaver, care experienced, estranged, experienced kinship care or has a social worker? Join our free online webinar, designed to help you support your young person in considering University.event
This is Home
From 7-9 February, the Widening Access team is hosting a week of free, hybrid events designed to raise awareness and show support for care leavers, care experienced and estranged students. Find out more about the events and how to attend.event
Introducing Learning Lab: developing formative intervention studies to address racial disproportionalities in disciplinary school exclusion
In this seminar Professor Aydin Bal will introduce the Learning Lab, a formative intervention aimed at engaging schools and communities in addressing racial disparities in disciplinary school exclusion.event
Professor David Hopkins 'Unleashing Greatness – a strategy for school improvement '
Decolonising Refugee Students' Education
In the last few years, the discourse on migratory flows in Europe has been dominated by the idea of crisis, with more than 26 million refugees and asylum-seekers currently worldwide. In this webinar, Prof Dovigo will illustrate how this narrative preserves the Eurocentric imaginary that helps maintain exclusionary practices based on a neo-colonial approach to refugee education.event
'Towards an Intersectional Understanding of Inclusive Education: Introducing DisCrit'
In this webinar, Dr. Migliarini will introduce the original tenets of DisCrit, and how they have expanded beyond education and across geographical spacesevent
Do we need a special tribunal for aggression for Ukraine?
The webinar will consider the desirability of the creation of a Special Tribunal for Aggression to adjudicate Russia's acts of aggression in Ukraine since the Russian invasion of 24 February 2022. The speakers will consider this question from a Ukrainian and an international perspective.event
Prosecuting war crimes in Ukraine: A Ukrainian Perspective
The Department of Law and Criminology invites you to the first in a series of webinars on the international law implications of the Russian invasion of the Ukraine. The webinar will consider the question of the prosecution of war crimes committed in Ukraine since the Russian invasion of 24 February 2022.event