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ESRC Festival of Social Science

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The ESRC’s Festival of Social Sciences is an annual, weeklong series of engagement events held across the UK, which celebrate research that helps us understand and shape the society we live in. This year the festival has gone virtual, and as you …

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Tibetans in Exile and the Tibetan Journal

Sheffield City of Sanctuary 37-39 Chapel Walk, Sheffield

A small exhibition of photographs and news articles about the lives of generations of Tibetan child refugees who have followed the Dalai Lama into exile.

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Let’s Talk

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Hosted by Chief Crown Prosecutor Gerry Wareham, the sessions are an opportunity for our local communities to have a conversation about race and racism, and for us to gain insight into how you view the Crown Prosecution Service and the …

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The Future of Prisons?

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A live panel discussion with a chance to ask questions. Join us to debate what prisons are for, how they should be reformed, and whether they have a future. The panel will be chaired by Professor Matt Matravers of York …

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Know Drugs

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York Wellbeing Lectures Despite years of prohibition illicit drugs continue to be used by millions of people in the UK. Research on this issue tends to focus on the risks and harms despite the majority of people using drugs for …

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Equality Matters masterclass: Challenging the status quo – breaking the glass ceiling

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In today’s ever-evolving workplace, do we really see equal opportunities and fair measures for all? Does the ‘glass ceiling’ effect, initially attributed only to women in the workplace, in fact impact a far greater population than first anticipated? In this …

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