Distinguished Professor Sylvia Walby, Professor Brian Francis and Dr Jude Towers of Lancaster University’s Violence and Society UNESCO Centre are at the European Society of Criminology this week (13-16 September 2017).
Mollie Heywood, a social work student explains how their chosen route changed after beginning placement with adults
Ian Paylor comments on the view that the dominant discourse surrounding drug use creates difficulties in offering harm reduction for those who are not currently in recovery.
Academics Stand Against Poverty have analysed the policies in the 2017 manifestos of the Conservatives, Labour, and the Liberal Democrats across 12 key topics.
New Book by Adam Fish examines whether television can be used as a tool not just for capitalism, but for democracy.Throughout television’s history, activists have attempted to access it for that very reason. New technologies—cable, satellite, and the internet—provided brief openings for amateur and activist engagement with television.
Co-organised by Sociology and the Department of Health Research
The programme will cover a diverse range of presentations providing perspectives on transgender health.
A new Research project has launched Tackling Violence Against Disabled Women and Girls in co-production with housing, mental health and social care services In partnership with Vision Sense and Against Violence and Abuse
Sylvia Walby and Jude Towers aim to mainstream gender into the measurement of violence.
The Sociology Department has received another high ranking for all programmes offered.