Edge Hill University Academic Mike Hartill, an expert in sexual abuse in sport, is leading European funded research into child abuse within sport.
Edge Hill University Academic Mike Hartill, an expert in sexual abuse in sport, is leading European funded research into child abuse within sport. The first study of its kind, the Child Abuse in Sport: European Statistics (CASES) project will survey around 12,000 young people across six EU countries to find out how many have […]
Politics lecturer Paula Keaveney takes a break from Brexit-watching to explain some of the idiosyncratic rituals and processes that enable decision-making in the Houses of Parliament.
Professor Claire Parkinson and Dr Richard Twine are researching the relationships between the animal-industrial complex, climate change, and the potential role of children in tackling arguably humanity’s biggest challenge.
Eight Labour MPs and three Tory MPs decide to form a new Westminster alliance, The Independent Group. But to Politics lecturer Paula Keaveney, this all seems very familiar.
As part of our Social Sciences second and third year employability modules, we welcomed an impressive array of speakers to talk to the students about their work in organisations as diverse as private day nurseries, local high schools, Social Services and Lancashire Police.
Students are being given a step up the career ladder thanks to a new qualification being piloted at Edge Hill University. Early Childhood Studies students who opt to complete a new competencies qualification will be able to enter employment at a higher level putting them potentially years ahead of fellow graduates. The new Early Childhood […]
Edge Hill University is officially a world class institution for its Geography, Sociology and Politics courses.
The person who became the driving force in the campaign for justice for the victims and survivors of the Hillsborough Disaster and its aftermath has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Philosophy by Edge Hill University.
Liam gained a rare insight into international politics during a two-week work placement at the European Parliament in Brussels, enabling him to understand the workings of a political system that affects the lives of over 500 million people.