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Blog Entry Animated film showcases risk-free ways to support victims of hate crime
New animated film from Leicester Criminologists shows how the general public can play a key role in supporting victims of hate crime
Located in News and Events / / 2016 Archive / March
Blog Entry College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities hosts multiple Leicester Business Festival events
The College is participating in a number of free events at the Leicester Business Festival. Find out more
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry How lessons in Scandinavian design could help prisons with rehabilitation
In an article for The Conversation, Kate Gooch and Yvonne Jewkes discuss prison rehabilitation
Located in Offices / / Arts, Society and Culture / 2019
Blog Entry Public Lecture: European Aid for Executions
International anti-drug operations and the death penalty
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry Research highlighted in Government’s Serious Violence Strategy
Research by Leicester criminologists into the motivations behind acid attacks has been cited in a new policy paper
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / April
Blog Entry Scarman lecture: Unlocking the past – from conflict to reform in the Northern Ireland Prison Service
This Scarman Lecture will focus on the challenges of reforming prisons in post-conflict Northern Ireland.
Located in Colleges / College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities / News and Events
Blog Entry The Bulletin – Leicester looks back at Richard III reinterment
Don't miss a beat with the latest five minute audio news summary from the University of Leicester News Centre
Located in News and Events / / 2016 Archive / March
Blog Entry The mirror: do others see us the way in which we see ourselves?
How do others view us? Dr Neil Chakraborti from the Department of Criminology discusses how The Leicester Hate Crime is researching how people are viewed and what happens if that view is one of hatred.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Criminology
Blog Entry The Rosetta Stone: the first political manifesto?
A totemic object in the British Museum's collection, the Rosetta Stone has long fascinated linguistic scholars. But Professor Carol Hedderman of Leicester's Department of Criminology examines its political messages and sees parallels in today's criminal justice debate.
Located in Projects / / Article A-Z / Criminology
Blog Entry What makes some people simply able to ‘carry on’ in the face of adversity?
Study invites victims of cybercrime to take part in survey
Located in News and Events / / 2018 Archive / July

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