As part of the remit of the Institute a series of public seminars is organised each year. During the coming year ISR will host a number of events (the majority of which are open to the public) covering such themes as, Health and Well Being, and the User and Community Engagement in Service Reform. Find out more about ISR here.
CfHAS Seminar: Why Climate Crisis Rhetoric is not Helping Animal Advocacy
Professor Nuria Almiron, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
The Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) invites you to join them for the second session in their 2022 seminar series. CfHAS is an interdisciplinary forum for research and activities that engage with the complex material, ethical and symbolic relationships between humans, other animals, and their environments. This event takes place online. More information about this event
04 May 2022 18:00
Good Society Series:
What Makes for Good Safeguarding Practice in Sport?
Michelle North, NSPCC Sport England’s Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU)
In this talk Michelle North will discuss how we can move safeguarding from simple compliance to a more positive safeguarding culture across an organisation which improves outcomes for all. The fact that sport and physical activity can be a force for good will contribute massively to a ‘good society’. This event is part of ISR’s ‘What Makes a Good Society?’ series which is intended to engage the public, professionals and practitioners as well as academics. This event takes place online. More information about this event
11 May 2022 13:00
Exploring the Wellbeing of Professional Academy Footballers
Dr Jimmy O’Gorman, Edge Hill University
The Centre for Child Protection and Safeguarding in Sport (CPSS) invites you to join them for their seminar series 2021/22. Jimmy’s research and work focuses on the welfare and well-being of sports workers, coach education, and the development, implementation, and enactment of sport policy and programmes, ranging from community/grassroots to participation and performance contexts. In this session he explores the well-being of professional academy footballers: Ups, downs, problems and solutions. This event takes place online. More information about this event
08 Jun 2022 10:00 – 16:00
Knowledge Transfer Partnerships in Youth Justice
The Department of Law and Criminology at Edge Hill University, in partnership with Cheshire Youth Justice Services, and the Department of Social and Political Science at the University of Chester, would like to invite you to an online event about knowledge exchange and transfer between academia and the Youth Justice sector. Supported by the Association of Youth Offending Team Managers (AYM) and sponsored by the Institute for Social Responsibility at Edge Hill University, this event takes place online. More information coming soon
Disclaimer: The views of the speakers do not represent the views of the University. Any under 16s must be accompanied by a responsible adult.