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Our history stretches back almost 200 years
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CeASR Seminar- ‘For Rotherham’: Resurgent Nationalism, Global Anti-Muslim Racism and the Racialisation of Child Sexual Abuse
Speaker: Dr Waqas Tufail, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Leeds Beckett University. Crime, Justice and Society Programme
PIR Seminar- Agents of Violence, Casualties of Peace? Examining the Lived Experiences of Female Combatants from the War in Bosnia & Herzegovina
Speaker: Dr. Maria O’Reilly, Lecturer in Politics & International Relations
The King's Dinner and the Nation's Appetite
The fifth event in the Leeds Cultural Conversations series 2019/20.
A barrister’s lot
As part of Leeds Law School’s Law in Practice series, Caroline Goodwin Q.C. will talk about life at the Bar and the issues practitioners contend with.
Developing a Whole School Approach to LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education Workshop
This one day workshop will support school leaders in deepening their understanding of developing a whole school approach to LGBTQ+ Inclusion.
Working together to tackle serious violent crime
Join Leeds Law School as the first Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire shares his experience around harnessing support to tackle serious violent crime. He will highlight the challenges around identifying the key issues, tackling causes and not just symptoms as well as funding, competing priorities and understanding what a ‘public health approach’ means.