I4P Upcoming Events

As part of the remit of the Institute a series of Public Lectures is organised each year. During the coming year I4P will host a number of events (the majority of which are open to the public) covering such themes as: Health and Well Being; the User and Community Engagement in Service Reform and the Annual I4P Public Lecture.  Who is I4P? Find out more HERE

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Date/Time Event
07 Feb
2019
15:00

Migration Working Group – North West’ Seminar:

Language, Citizenship and Postcolonial Languaging
Prof Anne-Marie Fortier (Lancaster University)

I4P is delighted to sponsor this event as part of the Migration Working Group – North West seminar series 2018/19.  The talk will focus on language requirements for immigrant seeking permanent residency or citizenship, and how race and language are deeply connected through the entanglement of regimes of seeing with regimes of hearing.
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07 Feb
2019
18:00

Police Research Unit Annual Lecture

Policing should be fair and equal for all. So why isn’t it?

Chief Constable Andy Cooke, Merseyside Police

The Police Research Unit in the Department of Law and Criminology hosts an annual public lecture in policing. Now in its fourth year, we welcome Chief Constable Andy Cooke who will be considering vital issues of fairness and equality in policing.
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08 Feb
2019
14:30

Domestic and International Prosecution of War Crimes: Achievements and Challenges

Judge Keith Raynor, Vice-President, Kosovo Specialist Chambers
Niccolò Pons, Associate Legal Officer, Kosovo Specialist Chambers

Guest Lecture on the occasion of the launch of The Companion to International Humanitarian Law. The lecture by His Honour Judge Keith Raynor will focus on the challenges of prosecuting war crimes at the national and international level. Subsequently, Mr. Niccolò Pons, Legal Officer in the Chambers of the Kosovo Specialist Chambers, will present his volume The Companion to International Humanitarian Law, following up on the issues raised by Judge Raynor.
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26 Feb
2019
18:00

What Makes for Good Childhood Mental Health?

This discussion event is the latest in the series of I4P’s ‘What Makes A Good Society?’ sessions which are intended to engage the public, professionals and practitioners as well as academics. Our last public seminar ‘What Makes a Good Childhood?’ included contributions from a range of professionals and academics who work with children. This latest event continues to look at child wellbeing with a focus on mental health. It will be led by Edge Hill University’s Vicki Coppock, Professor of Social Sciences: Childhood Studies and Mental Health.
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08 Mar
2019
14:00

Migration Working Group – North West’ Seminar:

Access to Healthcare in Super-diverse Neighbourhoods
Prof Simon Pemberton (University of Keele)

I4P is pleased to sponsor this event as part of the Migration Working Group – North West seminar series 2018/19.  The talk will discuss how defining features of ‘super-diverse’ neighbourhoods shape residents’ access to healthcare services.
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Disclaimer: The views of the speakers do not represent the views of the University.  Any under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.


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