The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the School of Sociology & Social Policy warmly invite you to this lunchtime seminar in celebration of Black History Month.
Professor Rachel Fyson’s inaugural lecture will trace her career from school holidays volunteering on play schemes for children with learning disabilities and dropping out of university to become a care worker, through to re-entering academia and becoming Professor of Social Work.
This session will provide key highlights from the University’s Finance Strategy.
As part of The Institute for Policy and Engagement’s public lecture series, Professor Helen Thompson will discuss the role of experts in politics.
Join us for the next Business Leaders series event with ‘celebrity branding’ expert Jeetendr Sehdev.
Come and join Friends of Jubilee Campus in planting bulbs, naturalising some of the campus woodlands and wooded areas.
Julian Atkinson and Roger Tanner, authors of Luddism in the East Midlands: Riots and Negotiations (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Labour History Society: 2018), tell the true story of Luddism in Nottinghamshire.
The Effects of Parties’ Brexit Rhetoric on Voters.
Staff are invited to hear from national and regional officers of UNISON involved with combating hate crime and supporting those affected.
The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the School of Sociology & Social Policy warmly invite you to Decolonising the Curriculum.