Edge Hill University’s Festival of Ideas will return for its third outing in May and June 2018, this year exploring a theme of Equalities.
Edge Hill University’s second annual Festival of Ideas returns this June to explore a theme of ‘Identity and Belonging’ through a stimulating programme of debates, talks, films, exhibitions, round-tables and performances.
Myths and assumptions about the ten million UK citizens with a criminal record were addressed at a Positive Youth Justice event held on campus last week.
Professor John Diamond’s latest blog post reflects on the I4P lecture, and why people are encouraged to think globally but act locally.
Professor John Diamond’s latest blog discusses the poverty and equality – the topic of this year’s annual I4P lecture
Read Professor John Diamond’s latest blog, this time about why working together across boundaries should be compulsory.
Read Professor John Diamond’s latest blog, this time about school governance and accountability
Read Professor John Diamond’s latest blog, this time about devolution.
A seminar to discuss the changing geography of the public sector and the trends and occupations within its labour force will be held at Edge Hill University on Wednesday 4 June
Edge Hill University’s new Institute for Public Policy and Professional Practice (I4P) was launched on Tuesday 4 February 2014 with a Public Lecture given by Professor Richard Wilkinson (co-author of the Spirit Level) on the social impact of inequality.
Here are a few photos from the event.