Professor Fiona Probyn-Rapsey,University of Wollongong, Australia. Organised by the Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) and supported by the Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR)
This is a knowledge exchange event organised by the Institute of Social Responsibility (ISR) at Edge Hill University. It is an opportunity to hear from leading experts and participate in discussions.
The Department of Law and Criminology, the Centre for Sports Law Research and the Policing Research Unit are pleased to announce an early evening discussion on ‘Policing Football’.
: ISR Seminar Series:
Using the Creative Industries for Good: Equality, Ecofeminism and Ethical Living – Rachel McClelland, CEO and Founder, Planet Shine
As part of the Dancing with Health pan-European project, this is a free training weekend for dancers, health or exercise professionals who are interested in the physical and psychological benefits of movement and dance.
Geoff Beattie introduces his new book which explores the psychology of trophy hunting from a critical perspective and considers the reasons why some people engage in the controversial activity of killing often endangered animals for sport.
Professor Michael Roy, Glasgow Caledonian University Social Impact Bonds (SIBs) are recognised as a novel financing mechanism for public services.
This event is the latest in the series of ISR’s ‘What Makes A Good Society?’ sessions which are intended to engage the public, professionals and practitioners as well as academics.
The concert will feature a wide range of musical genres ranging from a classical overture, traditional brass band marches and band repertoire and well-loved tunes from stage and screen.
As part of this year’s Festival of Ideas, ISR is delighted to be welcoming author Lucy Bland. Lucy introduces her book which recounts a little-known history of the estimated 2,000 babies born to black GIs and white British women in the second world war.