Professor Rob Canton, De Montfort University and author of ‘Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment’ speaks about some of the key themes explored in his recent book.
Tags: CJRC, crime, criminal justice, Criminal Justice Research Centre, philosophy, Professor Rob Canton, punishment, School of Law, School of Sociology and Social Policy, Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment
Please join the Research Priority Area in Rights and Justice and the Centre for Research in Race and Rights for a panel discussion on ethnic homelands in contemporary and historical perspective.
Join Professor Mark Smith, Grenoble Ecole de Management, for the talk ‘Couple mobility in societal context’.
The School of Sociology and Social Policy are delighted to welcome Professor Mike Savage, Department of Sociology at LSE, to talk on ‘Social class in the 21st century’.
The School of Sociology and Social Policy and the Centre on Identity, Citizenship, Equalities and Migration (ICEMiC) welcome you to attend a screening of The Stuart Hall Project: a film about the life and work of eminent theorist Stuart Hall.
Join the Centre for Research in Race and Rights and The University of Nottingham Research Priority Area in Rights and Justice for a discussion focusing on LGBT rights around the world. Part of our LGBT History Month celebrations 2016.
Tags: Centre for Research in Race and Rights, Emma Long, Ibtisam Ahmed, Juan Anzola, law, LBET History Month, LGBT, LGBT History Month 2016, politics, rights, Rights and Justice, School of Politics and International Relations, School of Sociology and Social Policy
In this lecture, Danny Dorling discussed economic inequality and gives an insight into growing inequality in the world, the UK and in particular in London. he will also talk about recent evidence on the spread of anxiety and wider worrying.
This conference will examine the trajectories set for public policy during the first 100 days of David Cameron’s new government. It will explore tensions within government policy, the extent to which the new government is pursuing ‘One Nation’ conservatism, whether there is continuity in policies from the coalition to the new government, and the consequences of austerity.