An Edge Hill expert in migration is working on a project funded by the World Bank which will examine the experience of reintegrating Roma people in the Western Balkans.
A young carer since the age of 11, Jodie Williams has devoted much of her time to looking after her mother, and has still managed to graduate from Edge Hill University today with a First Class Honours degree.
Edge Hill staff visited China earlier this month on a cross-faculty trip to meet and strengthen links with colleagues from the School of Humanities, Sichuan Technology and Business University (STBU), Chengdu.
There’s not much you can do in just five minutes. You could take a
shower, perhaps, make a cuppa,…
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After overcoming an abusive arranged marriage to transform her life through education, Roshan Adam was this week awarded a Chancellor’s Scholarship
Dr Howard Davis, Senior Lecturer in Criminology worked as a social worker for Liverpool City Council’s Hillsborough Team between 1989 and 1993. Here he reflects on his experiences and how the Hillsborough disaster relates to his current research
There are four statues of black British people in the United
Kingdom. Three of them are of…
Read Professor John Diamond’s latest blog, this time about devolution.
Professor John Diamond, Director of the University’s I4P Research Institute has added the following blog to the University’s Comment blog